Jan 21 2014

February Coalition Meeting

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JCCTCC will have their regular monthly meeting February 10th at the Royal Valley Schools District Office
Conference Room, Mayetta. Lunch will be served at 11:45 a.m. with meeting to follow.
Everyone is welcome. Please RSVP to Deanne Armstrong @ armstrong_6@yahoo.com by Friday, February 7th for catering order.

Agenda items will include planning for March Social Media Campaign, April Underage Drinking prevention (teen thinking) campaign and tobacco use prevention survey. If you would like something added to the agenda please contact the Coalition Chair; John Rundle, Superintendent of Royal Valley Schools.

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Jan 09 2014

Sticker Shock

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Jan 09 2014

JCCTCC January Meeting

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The next JCCTCC meeting is January 13th at noon
at the Royal Valley School District Office in Mayetta

Social Media Education committees will be meeting to continue planning for implementation
of strategies for March.

RSVP to Deanne Armstrong @ armstrong_6@yahoo.com
or call/text 785-250-2283

Everyone is welcome!

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Nov 26 2013

Kansas Social Host Law

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Adults charged with social hosting face a minimum of $1,000 fine. Learn more about Kansas social hosting laws here.

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Nov 21 2013

December JCCTCC Meeting

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The next coalition meeting for the JCCTCC will be:

December 9th @ noon @ USD 337 District Office Conf. Room
Please RSVP for catering order to
Deanne Armstrong
785-876-6028 or armstrong_6@yahoo.com

Everyone is Welcome!
Topic for planning will be Social Media as it relates to reducing destructive behaviors and teenthinking campaign.

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Sep 19 2013

JCYC members attend summer conferences

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Jackson County students attended the Youth to Youth National Conference in Rogers, Oklahoma this summer. This camp concentrates on leadership and making good decisions. The students are members of Jackson County Youth Coalition and bring the message back to our community through activities funded by our Jackson County Communities that Cares Coalition. Pictured on above link: Front row left to right- Victoria Kimbrough, Kaitlyn Peterson, Mikayla Booth, Jenna Thurman, and Emmy McManigal.
Second Row: Amber Dibbern, Kassidy Dahl, Mackenzie Kelly, Rachel Bryant, Maddie Reith. Back Row: Tyler Bloom, Justin Cox, Elana Wabaunsee, and Paige DeLay.

Members of the Holton Jackson County Youth Coalition also attended the Kansas Youth Leadership Summit in Rock Springs Ranch this summer. These members created an action plan to bring back to the community to work against underage alcohol use. Pictured from the Holton High School group- front row: Mackenzie Kelly, Mikayla Booth, Nicole Darveaux. Middle Row: Brianna Boyette, Erynn Ireland, Maggie Pruitt, Quinn Holiday. Back Row: Rosalie Wilkerson, Nicole Darveaux, Tori Bontrager, and Victoria Kimbrough. The youth coalition is funded and supported by Jackson County Community that Cares.

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Sep 19 2013

From the Sheriff’s Office

If you want to get alerts from the Sheriff’s Office regarding situations you should be aware of go to http://www.jasoks.org/ and go to the bottom of the page and click on Textcaster and complete the registration.

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Aug 08 2013

Next JCCTCC Meeting

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Monday, August 26th @ noon will be the next JCCTCC meeting
@ TRAILS CAFE, Holton, KS (note new location!)

Lunch served for those who have sent a RSVP to:
Deanne Armstrong, armstrong_6@yahoo.com or call 785-876-6028
by noon on August 23rd.

Everyone is welcome!

JCYC members who attended summer conferences will be sharing their experience and action plans!
New data from CTC Survey results for 2013 will be available and discussed also.

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May 28 2013

Marijuana Breaks Down the Immune System

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Marijuana has over 400 chemicals and breaks down the immune system. Read all of the facts about marijuana, alcohol and other drugs at www.drugfreeworld.org

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May 13 2013

Parents: Talk They Hear You!

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SAMHSA launched #TalkTheyHearYou campaign today to help parents talk to their kids about dangers of alcohol. Download partner toolkit and more at: http://www.samhsa.gov/underagedrinking/

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