Keeping drugs out of our schools
Durant Independent School District is committed to keeping our students safe from drugs and other substance abuse. The District has a zero-tolerance policy and works with local law enforcement to curtail this problem.
The District employs several drug prevention measures:
- LifeSkills® training
- Part of the Safe Schools Healthy Students program, LifeSkills® Training is a three year intervention program designed to prevent or reduce gateway drug use (i.e. tobacco, alcohol, and marijuana), primarily implemented in school classrooms by school teachers.
- LifeSkills® website
- Drug Free Youth
- DFY is a voluntary drug testing program at Durant High School so students to show that they are drug free.
- Drug awareness
- Many of our schools conduct special drug awareness programs throughout the year, including Drug Free Week and Red Ribbon Week.
Need more information?
You may contact us about any of our special programs and services by referring to the following link:
- Contact DISD
- District Administration