Students cite lack of extra-curriculars, jobs, relationships as fuel for drug use at NHS

“It’s quiet on the outside,” Stephanie Richards, Navarre High School Students Against Destructive Decisions treasurer said of the school. “We definitely have a drug problem here.”

Using and selling drugs, including prescription pills, marijuana and even acid, is common at the school according to Richards and SADD president Jewels Rivera.

“Just last year I had a friend that brought drugs to school and he was bragging about it,” Rivera said. “The same day he got caught and tried to run from Officer Reilly.”

Read more in the Nov. 13 issue of the Navarre Press or subscribe online here.

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