Equipping students for a healthy, safe, and drug-free future
Over 30 Years of Service to Our Schools and the Baton Rouge Community!!!...NEW!! Online Training is now here! Click on the Link Below!!!...Prevention Works...I CARE...Providing the TOOLS to keep schools and kids safe!
The I CARE Program provides prevention education to students in the areas of alcohol, tobacco, other drugs, violence, crisis response and management.
Mayor Kip Holden, with I CARE Director Gwynn Shamlin, recognizes October 2014 as I CARE and Red Ribbon Month.
Click on the above button to go to the Red Ribbon Page for all of the latest information, details and downloadable packets. We invite all of our schools, parents and community to observe Red Ribbon Week during October 23-31, 2014.
Questions posted to the message board will be addressed daily.
The I CARE Parent Series continues in March at the Jones Creek Library. Baton Rouge City Prosecutor Lisa Freeman presents on the legal consequences of alcohol and drug use for teens and parents.
The I CARE Parent Series results in Lisa Freeman speaking to Woodlawn High juniors and seniors about safety during prom and graduation season.
Click here for information on future presentation topics and locations in the I CARE Advisory Council's Parent Series
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