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Bradford High School Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT) Club Provides Signs to Bradford High School in Honor of World No Tobacco Day

On May 29, 2014 the Bradford High School (BHS) SWAT club participated in a ceremony to present signage to the BHS Administration.

BHS SWAT President Mackenzie Gault spoke to students and administration at the ceremony at Bradford High School. The Bradford County School District has made amazing strides in school policies regarding tobacco. The school district now has all 12 comprehensive policies.

The BHS SWAT club made it their goal to show their appreciation and to ensure that students, staff and visitors were mindful   and attentive to the 100% tobacco free campus policies. The signage was placed on the Bradford High School Campus, along with the athletic fields.

BHS Sign

On May 29, 2014 the Bradford High School (BHS) SWAT club participated in a ceremony to present signage to the BHS Administration.

BHS SWAT President Mackenzie Gault spoke to students and administration at the ceremony at Bradford High School. The Bradford County School District has made amazing strides in school policies regarding tobacco. The school district now has all 12 comprehensive policies.

SWAT Club presents new signs

The BHS SWAT club made it their goal to show their appreciation and to ensure that students, staff and visitors were mindful   and attentive to the 100% tobacco free campus policies. The signage was placed on the Bradford High School Campus, along with the athletic fields.

We would like to thank Anthony McCallum, BHS Assistant Principal, for all of his time and hard work in conjunction with the BHS SWAT Club to complete this project.

Kudos to the BHS SWAT Club and to the BHS SWAT Advisor Candace Osteen for all of their efforts this school year! 

For more information on youth tobacco prevention and the SWAT program in Bradford County, contact Jenna Hewett at jhewett@quitdoc.com.