District Prevention and Education

  • The Marshfield School District Board of Education recognizes that substance misuse is a serious problem with legal, physical, and social implications for the entire school community. As the educational institution of this community, the schools should strive to prevent substance use disorders and help those with substance use disorders by educational, rather than punitive, means. 
    Toward this goal, age appropriate interventions and education are offered at each level within the district. Examples are offered below.



  • HEALTH LESSONS

    Elementary Topics include:
    Vaping, Tobacco, Alcohol, Marijuana, Inhalants
    Refusal Skills, Decision-Making

    Middle School Topics include:
    Vaping, Tobacco, Alcohol, Marijuana, Heroin, Meth, OTC/Prescription Use and Abuse, Other Drugs
    Refusal Skills, Decision-Making, Distress Tolerance, Mindfulness, Interpersonal Effectiveness and Self-Regulation 

    High School Topics include:
    Vaping, Tobacco, Alcohol, Marijuana, Heroin, Meth, OTC/Prescription Use and Abuse, Other Drugs
    Refusal Skills, Decision-Making, Drug Trends, Proper Storage and Disposal, Health Implications, Legal and Social Consequences, Resources to Quit 


  • OTHER PROGRAMS AND SUPPORT 

    School Counseling Guidance Lessons on distress tolerance, mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness and self-regulation - Elementary
    PBIS (Positive Behaviors Support and Interventions) - All levels
    ACP (Academic and Career Planning) Lessons - Middle and High School
    MCLA (Marshfield Columbus Leadership Alliance) - High School
    SBIRT (Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment) - Middle and High School, referral-based
    IN DEPTH (Intervention for Nicotine Dependence: Education, Prevention, Tobacco and Health) - Middle and High School, referral-based

     


 AODA Coordinator Contact Information

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AODA Coordinator Contact Information

Jane Loll, District AODA Coordinator
lollj@marshfieldschools.org
715-387-8464 ext. 4223

The AODA Coordinator ensures proactive programming within the district as well as maintaining and evaluating data related to incidents, prevention, interventions, and effective programming.