The Hardin Northern 3rd grade classes are participating in the “Too Good for Drugs” program for the next two months.
They are working on character development and decision making skills.
The goal of the program is to teach the students they are too good for drugs and violence.
It also plants the seeds of healthy eating and living, and shows them how to make good choices.
This week students focused on decision making and how decisions have consequences that can be positive or negative.
They played a card game matching scenarios to consequences and then decided if the consequence of the choice was positive or negative.