Drug free
any time
all the time!
         Lock 'Em to Stop 'Em


On Thursday, March 18, 2010 at 10:00 am, Hurricane High School will be kicking off their “Lock’em to Stop’em” program. This is a program sponsored by the Hurricane High School 24/7 Club, that is promoting locking up medications in your home so that they do not get into the wrong hands, especially those of children and teenagers. Hurricane High School is offering a free Lock Box to Hurricane residents that they may pick up at Hurricane High School with a $5.00 deposit that will be refunded upon return of the box.

In addition to letting the residents of the Hurricane community know that they can get a lock box for their medication, Hurricane High School wants to get the message out to everyone about the importance of locking up medications, keeping everyone safe. This is a very important message considering the concerns that our community has regarding prescription drug use/abuse.

Please join us on Thursday, March 18, 2010 at 10:00 am at the Hurricane High School Library for this important message.

L. Danielle Gillispie, MA
Coordinator of Drug Prevention and Education
Putnam County Schools
9 Courthouse Drive
Winfield, WV 25213
(304) 586-0500, ext. 152