Schools Using Prevention Education Resources (S.U.P.E.R.Ed.)
S.U.P.E.R Ed. is a comprehensive classroom based alcohol and substance use prevention curriculum geared toward elementary students in grades K-5. The program covers the topics of personal safety; decision and refusal skills; alcohol and drug information, and self-esteem.
The goals of this program include educating children at a young age on the dangers of alcohol, substance, and tobacco use; educating children at a young age on the importance of personal safety and decision making; and preventing and/or reducing the use of alcohol and other drugs by school aged children.
This program is provided in the following school districts: Beaver River Central, Harrisville Central, Lowville Academy and South Lewis Central.
Robert Newberry (above), Elementary School Psychologist at South Lewis Central School and co-developer of the curriculum, Kids Who Win and Nine Winning Practices, presents an appreciation award to Tom Bradish (below), S.U.P.E.R Ed and Project ALERT Coordinator. Tom has assisted with KidsKamp and Challenge Week at South Lewis Central School for several years.