Governor DeWine listens to students from Anderson, Deer Park, Norwood, and Loveland schools
December 3, 2019
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine visited with students and school staff in Franklin, Hamilton, and Lawrence counties throughout the day on November 26th, to highlight a significant state investment in prevention education services for students in grades K-12.
Governor Mike DeWine today visited with students and school staff in Franklin, Hamilton, and Lawrence counties to highlight a significant state investment in prevention education services for students in grades K-12.
DeWine was joined by Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) Director Lori Criss, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Paolo DeMaria, RecoveryOhio Director Alisha Nelson, and Director of Children’s Initiatives LeeAnne Cornyn.
Norwood: Middle School Students meet Governor DeWine and speak out on Prevention Education and Resilence
Middle school students shared their voice and highlighted things like: “Norwood is a family”, “Our teachers are phenomenal”, “We have after school programs to help us”, and so much more.
Forest Hills: AHS students speak to Gov. DeWine about drug prevention efforts
During Tuesday’s event, students participated in various tabletop exercises and spoke directly to Governor DeWine about what makes Anderson successful in its drug prevention work.
Loveland: LEAAD Youth Ambassadors from Loveland Middle School meet with Governor DeWine
“Ideally, we want a completely drug-free community,” said Loveland Middle School eighth grader Amelia Macura as she presented to a group of students from Anderson, Deer Park and Norwood and several officials accompanying the Governor, including Senator Rob Portman and Ohio State Senator Cecil Thomas.