Students Against Destructive Decisions (S.A.D.D.) is a student-directed organization designed to encourage students to remain drug/alcohol free, to promote positive decision making, and to support students in these choices. This is done through education, peer support, and parental/adult commitment.

    Students who join SADD are asked to sign a Contract for Life indicating that they will avoid making destructive decisions. A parent or another caring adult is asked to also sign a pledge to support these students in their decision and to be a positive role model for them.

    The student run organization selects its officers, participates in drug awareness activities, provides community service, and promotes positive decision making by its members. SADD is open to students in the 7th and 8th grades.Each spring, an induction ceremony is held to welcome new members into the organization.