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What is SADD

SADD is an acronym for Students Against Destructive Decisions.
 
SADD was founded in 1981 by Robert Anastas and his Wayland High School students in Wayland, Massachusetts. Two Wayland High School hockey players were killed in separate crashes that July which lead Mr. Anastas to work together with his students to found the SADD organization. The core of SADD is still the SADD Contract for Life which was formulated by Mr. Anastas and his students. SADD is the only national student-based organization dealing with underage drinking, impaired driving, drug use, violence associated with drug use, and other issues which affect teenagers' lives.
 
South Ripley's SADD chapter works to raise awareness for underage drinking, impaired driving, the effects of using tobacco products, as well as other destructive decisions. We care about the staff and students at South Ripley and want to keep our "family" safe from all dangers.
 
Officer Thielking is the sponsor of South Ripley's SADD chapter. For more information about our events or how you can help in raising awareness for our students, please contact Officer Thielking: officer@sripley.k12.in.us

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