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The Accolade

The Student News Site of Sunny Hills High School

The Accolade

In an effort to raise awareness about drug abuse – especially since prom occurs this month in April – students in Friday Night Live [FNL] have organized a new contest addressing the question: “What does drug prevention mean to you?” This part of the FNL flyer shows the varying Starbucks gift card values as prizes for the top three entries.

$45 worth of Starbucks gift cards offered as prizes in new drug prevention contest

Jaimie Chun, Managing Editor April 8, 2022

In an effort to get more students to enter its new drug prevention contest offering three Starbucks gift cards as prizes, Friday Night Live [FNL] has extended its entry deadline to Friday, April 15, club...

Seniors Branden Elliott (left) and Kourtney Barbour dance to the music in the quad Oct. 29 while helping man the Friday Night Live bean bag toss game as part of the weeks Red Ribbon Week festivities. Behind the two is the Net of Memories, which contains messages written on red pieces of paper from students whose loved one has been affected by drugs or other addictive substances. Photo taken by Accolade photographer Paul Yasutake

Red Ribbon Week kicks off with ‘Net of Memories’ in quad

Hope Li, Opinion Editor October 29, 2019

This story has been updated Nov. 1 with new information as to who handed out the Red Ribbon Week bags. Red Ribbon Week kicked off with decorations around campus and the distribution of bands for students...

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