Representatives from the Hennepin Triad will conduct a continued medical education lunch seminar at clinics, hospitals, and offices of medical professionals bi-weekly, off-setting the weeks of the drug abuse education visits. These seminars will last approximately 1 hour each and lunch will be provided for the medical professionals.
Hennepin Triad volunteers will appear at all major high school sporting events, parent teacher conferences, and PTA meetings to reach out to parents and express the importance of being involved with the school. PTA meetings will be held according to the schedule of the high school.
Implement the drug abuse education aspect of the program in high school classrooms during the second week of classes. Representatives from D.A.R.E. America, Hennepin Triad volunteers, and guests from local rehabilitation centers will make an appearance bi-weekly on Thursdays at each high school in the county.
Sign-up for extracurricular activities begin in November before winter break.
The Exchange city curriculum will be implemented for freshman in January and the field trip will occur in February. Sophomores will take the course in February and take the trip in March, Juniors will learn in March and visit in April, and seniors will study in April and visit in May. The month of preparation will take the place of an elective, and the field trip will be graded by the production of the business during the field trip.
Parent involvement activities will continue and a retreat for parents will be held on the same day as their child’s field trip.
Extracurricular activities will be offered for free through the high schools to help teens either further their career interests, prepare for college, or dive into personal interests. These in-school activities will be available starting in January and will go until school is out.
Out of school activities will be provided for free to students to help further their career interests, prepare for college, and dive into personal interests.