Lake Elsinore Unified School District, in partnership with LEUSD PTSA and the Alexander Neville Foundation, will be presenting “We Need to Talk” on Monday, March 13, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Thomas Rotary Theater at Lakeside High School, 32593 Riverside Dr.
Parents and middle and high school students are encouraged to attend. Topics include the dangers of fentanyl, accessing drugs through social media, social media harms, and resources for families.
“As a LEUSD parent, I am very happy that this resource now exists for parents and their children,” Jennette Vanderpool, LEUSD, Area 2 Trustee, said. “As a school board member, I am proud of the district’s awareness and dedication to resolving these problems.”
Amy Neville is the founder of the Alexander Neville Foundation and a renowned speaker on fentanyl use and statistics, and the role social media plays in drug trafficking.
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