Resources for Educators
We want to help you encourage our young people to stay tobacco- and drug-free! Included on this page are free resources for use in your classrooms. Click to view or download PDFs.
From Community Connections:
Be good to your body (girl). “Vaping” hurts. (For elementary).
Be good to your body (boy). “Vaping” hurts. (For elementary).
You only get one body. “Vaping” and smoking hurt. (For elementary).
Nicotine plays mind games. All Juul has nicotine.
Smoking harms the entire body (female), 8.5"x14"
Smoking harms the entire body (male), 8.5"x14"
Must-B-21. Report underage drinking. (Geared to adults.)
From other sources:
Information and Programming Guides
activity and Coloring Pages
Our sticker sheets are formatted for printing on standard 2"x4" office labels.
MORE on E-CIGARETTES: On-line resources
"E-Cigarettes Shaped Like USB Flash Drives," a brochurc from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For parents, educators and health care providers.
“E-Cigarettes: Talk to your Kids About the Risks.” This page from the CDC includes attractive, educational fact sheets, presentations and links for parents, health care providers, educators and adolescents. Be sure to check out the “One Brain” ad.
American Cancer Society: “Health Risks of E-cigarettes.”
U.S. Food and Drug Administration: “Vaporizers, E-Cigarettes and other Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS.)
Suggested calendar of anti-tobacco and anti-drug events for schools
National Above the Influence Day : The third Thursday of October
Red Ribbon Week: The last week of October
Lung Cancer Awareness Month: November
Great American Smokeout: The third Thursday of November
Through with Chew Week: The third full week of February
Great American Spit Out is the Thursday of Through with Chew Week
Tobacco Prevention Day (Kick Butts Day): The third Wednesday of March
World No Tobacco Day: May 31