9th-12th Grade

Check Your Attitude

This four (or five)-lesson unit presents information on specific drugs (e.g. alcohol, tobacco/vaping, marijuana and prescription drugs).

NCADA’s prevention programs benefit schools because they…

Demonstrate significant change in students’ behaviors, attitudes, and knowledge.  In addition, NCADA program goals are 100% compatible with the four goals of Missouri’s Performance Standards which state that Missouri students will acquire:

  1. Knowledge and skills to gather, analyze, and apply information/ideas.
  2. Knowledge and skills to communicate effectively within and beyond the classroom.
  3. Knowledge and skills to recognize and solve problems.
  4. Knowledge and skills to make decisions and act as responsible members of society.
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