FCCC students are drug free

Four County Career Center is participating in Drug Free Clubs of America, created to help students make wise choices. FCCC teamed with Promedica Defiance Regional Hospital for all of the drug testing. Students choose to join voluntarily and become members by passing a 12-panel drug test. Over 145 students have signed up so far this school year. Everything is kept confidential and students are given a photo ID membership earning them rewards at school and rewards in the community. Drug Free Clubs of America is funded through corporate or individual sponsorships. For more information on how to donate, contact FCCC at 419-267-3331. “We appreciate new sponsors and are proud of the students for “Making the Right Choice Easy!,” read a release from the school. Pictured from left: Heather McGowan, Drug Free Clubs of America Program Director; AJ Canady (Fairview) Law Enforcement & Security Tactics; and Ellie Cichocki, Job Placement/Workforce Development Coordinator. Photo courtesy Four County Career Center

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