Too Good for Drugs!

Grade 5, Too Good for Drugs builds a social emotional framework for drug-fee living through a fun and interactive journey of setting reachable goals, making responsible decisions, managing emotions, and refusing negative peer pressure and building positive friendships.

Students strap on their spurs as they enter the Old West with Outrage Otis and witness his hard-learned lesson about managing emotions. Then they set sail with Captain Goldsworthy to use their effective communication skills to find buried treasure.

Program is 1hr session every Friday for 15 weeks. Program starts Friday, September 3rd, 2021 @ 3:30pm. Grade: 5th Grader (10-11 Years Old) Location: San Manuel Community Center (111 W 5th Ave, San Manuel, AZ 85631)

For more information about Too Good for Drugs, you can contact Bridget Penate (520)391-0485 or / Darien Mathews (310) 926-4765 or

Too Good for Drugs! (San Manuel)

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