Student Assistance Program Activities
The SAC's run a variety of programs using high school students to facilitate PUSH and REBEL educational programs. They also have a referral service and peer education.
P.U.S.H-Prevention Using Student Help
We, students of Hillsborough High School will act as positive role
models to our peers and middle school students as we teach about the
dangers of drugs, alcohol and peer pressure.
Each PUSH member will sign a no use contract for the school year. It is vital that you remain true to your contract.
Meetings: are held on Friday mornings at 7:00am in the
adutiorium. Students are to check the bulletin board outside the SAC
office for updated meeting times, or PUSH activities to the Auten Road Intermediate School (ARIS) or web page.
Attendance: is required at each meeting prior to a ARIS trip, you will not go ARIS if you do not attend meetings.
Training: all PUSH'ers must attend the weekend training with Mike Winchester. You will not go to ARIS if you do not attend the training.
Each PUSH group will be in charge of different activities, bulletin board, fundraiser, PUSH trips, and assembly programs with the guidance of a youth advisor.
We may not meet every week, but each PUSH'er is responsible for following up withPUSH activities posted outside the SAC office and on the web page.
Somerset County REBEL
This REBEL chapter is a youth led statewide tobacco-free movement.
Together we will generate and promote ideas and activities to help prevent and eliminate smoking among youth.