Letters To Government

Letter to the Minister of Education From A Concerned Parent – RX Drug Abuse Education

Dear Minister Jennex: I have a daughter who will be entering Grade 11 this September and I have an older daughter who graduated last year from High School.  We live in the Annapolis Valley and I chose to bring my children up in this area because I grew up and went to Cole Harbour High… Continue reading Letter to the Minister of Education From A Concerned Parent – RX Drug Abuse Education

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Nova Scotia Dept. of Education Says “Only a very small percentage of high school students abuse prescription drugs”.

It has been over one year since the prescription drug abuse epidemic in the Annapolis Valley hit the media. Since then I have been contacted from parents all over Nova Scotia who have lost their children to accidental prescription drug overdoses. Most common Dilaudid or Methadone. I have voiced my concerns to the Minister of… Continue reading Nova Scotia Dept. of Education Says “Only a very small percentage of high school students abuse prescription drugs”.

Letters To Government

N.S. Minister Of Education Looks At Drug Awareness Documentary For Local Schools

 —– Original Message —– From: Education Minister Sent: 01/19/12 08:50 AM To: amygraves@mail.com Subject: Drug Education in Schools Dear Ms. Graves: Thank you for bringing this film to my attention. Overtaken is a powerful documentary. I have asked English Program Services staff to initiate a review to determine if Overtaken is an appropriate curriculum resource.… Continue reading N.S. Minister Of Education Looks At Drug Awareness Documentary For Local Schools