Month: June 2017

February Tobacco Take down! Love Your Lungs

To celebrate Valentines Day and all the things we love we tabled during lunch. We posted a large poster of lungs on the wall and asked students to write indie the lungs things about being healthy that they love. We

Arlington High School the 84 minigrant students meet for final training

On, April 25th Mini-granters Ione Heigham,Jessica Winstanley,Julie Powers, Kate Sweeney,Britton Mallard,Jamie Toomey, met during x-block with members of the AHS GSA to talk about the final steps of the mini-grant process. We made plans to create a poster/flyer and for our

Mini Grant Presentation

On June 8th, our mini-grant students presented their research findings to students in the Mystic LGBTQ home school students and teacher. Our 84 students talked about how big tobacco targets the under served   and vulnerable and in particular the LGBTQ community.

May Tobacco Take down! Chalk It Up! on World No Tobacco Day

To recognize World No Tobacco Day on May 27th  the members of Arlington High School’s 84 chapter chalked up the entrance of Arlington high. Students wrote and drew positive social norm statistics about tobacco use and other risk behaviors. They

Scavenger Hunt~~Task #24~~Playing Just to Support the 84 Movement

Two of the Peer Leaders were willing to pose with their faculty advisor today as the last thing we post for the Scavenger Hunt! We aren’t out to win it; we just wanted to show support and to wish everybody