Freeport Middle School and Red Ribbon Week

Freeport Middle School participated in The Red Ribbon Campaign with the theme, “Life is Your Journey. Travel Drug Free.” Phyllis Latham, Mike McManus from the Freeport Maine Police Department and FMS coordinated a number of activities including showing prevention education videos during advisory, Freeport High School (Maine) students speaking to middle school students, student created infomercials and an aerial photo (thank you David Clock! and Freeport Fire Rescue) of all students dressed in red shirts standing in the shape of a Red Ribbon out on the ball field.

Responsible Beverage Server Training

Join Mike McManus from the Freeport Police Department and Mike Mack from the Maine Department of Corrections for a State Certified Responsible Beverage Server training at Tailgate Bar & Grill. The training will be from 12-4pm on Thursday, November 8th. Contact us to register!

Life of a Student Athlete: Tip of the Week

Life of a Student Athlete Tip of the Week: During playoff season it is the healthy teams that have a better chance for success
Be a leader and make your own choices. Set an example to your peers and choose to surround yourself with those making healthy choices. Show your leadership by choosing not to use drugs or alcohol.

Drug Take Back Day 10/27 10a-2p

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is this Saturday! Please drop off your unwanted or expired medications (including pet medications!) to your local law enforcement agency from 10a-2p.

Local Principals Collaborate to Prevent and Reduce Substance Use

Casco Bay CAN Service area principals collaborate for National Substance Use Prevention Month.
Local high school and middle school principals from Freeport, Yarmouth, Falmouth, Cumberland and Gray- New Gloucester are working to help prevent and reduce substance use in their schools by sending a letter to parents/caregivers, encouraging them to talk with their children about the risks of drug or alcohol use. The letter also provides tips to help students recognize anxiety and how to find healthy coping skills.

Life of a Student Athlete: Tip of the Week

Tip: Celebrate safely during the end of the fall sports season

Make healthy choices and stay alcohol and drug-free to celebrate the end of your sports season. Plan a dinner out with friends and family, host a game or movie night or take an overnight trip to somewhere new. Take time to reflect on the season and prepare for your next sport or enjoy the off-season.