Drug use at an Exeter New Hampshire high school previous dance has caused the principal to eliminate dances at the school.

DONT GAMBLE ON YOUR TEEN’S BIG NIGHT OUT. HAVE CONFIDENCE BY KEEPING A TEENSAVERS HOME DRUG TEST KIT ON THE COUNTER. IT STARTS WORKING, THE MINUTE YOU SHOW IT TO YOUR TEEN.

The prom is still on, besides that, the kids will have no more dances at Exeter High School. The school’s principal VIctor Sokul just doesn’t believe that school dances are safe anymore.

He cites the school’s previous dance and seven violations for drinking and drug use.

Some current students, and their parents, are outraged by the move.

This is a reminder to parents that proms and other dances are not open invitations for teens to experiment with alcohol and drugs. Many times a parent or relative will supply the alcohol for the teens.

On dance nights, communicate with other parents in the group. Ask your teens questions. Do not allow them to get a limo or hotel. Make sure they are supervised throughout the night.

Most teens use the guise of a school dance for a night of drinking and drug use. They made show up, eat dinner, and snap a photo, then they are gone. They go back to the hotel where they prepartied, and continue fueling their intoxication.

Don’t gamble on your teen’s future.

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