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Club Advisor

Sosanavongsa, Phitsamay
Counselor

SCOE Representative

Karen Allen

(916) 228-2421 or kallen@scoe.net

Friday Night Live

Sacramento FNL Program

The Sacramento Friday Night Live Program, housed at the Sacramento County Office of Education, has been serving young people in Sacramento County for more than twenty-five years. The program involves young people from across the county in projects that utilize the following strategies:

  • Youth Development Framework
  • Alcohol, Tobacco and other drug use (ATOD) Prevention & Health Promotion
  • Environmental Prevention
  • Evaluation Strategies

Within each of these strategies, FNL staff have designed opportunities for youth to take the lead and become advocates and change agents in their communities. The youth development framework provides an environment where young people can safely participate, build skills and partner with peers and adults to work within their communities and advocate for changes that are important to them. Chapter activities include alcohol, tobacco and other drug use (ATOD) prevention, as well as health promotion in schools and communities. Activities also include building support within communities to make needed change as well as it relates to ATOD policies and enforcement. At the conclusion of each project, students use their new skills to reflect on their work and evaluate project success.

Leadership Advisory Board

Co-Presidents: Esteban Valadez, Milani Brussard

Vice President: Abraham Ochoa

Secretary: Savannah Fletcher

Treasurer: Kayleigh Lampe

Red Ribbon Spirit Week

  • Monday: Slam Dunk Drugs! Wear your favorite sports jersey.
  • Tuesday: Being Drug Free is no sweat! Wear Sweatpants.
  • Wednesday: Sock it to drugs! Wear crazy socks.
  • Thursday: My future is bright, no drugs in sight! Wear bright colors!
  • Friday: Everyone wear Red day! Wear red clothing.

FNL Events

Today: 6/25/17

Upcoming Events

Teen Safe Driving Campaign Contest (October 7th - November 1st) Leading and participating in a teen-to-teen campaign that produces measurable results by using positive messages to help teens make safe driving decisions.

Red Ribbon Week (October 23rd - 31st) Commit to being Drug FREE!

TEXTING & DRIVING...it can wait

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