The West Johnston High Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) club took home top honors for the fourth consecutive year at the annual N.C. State SADD Conference.
The West Johnston High SADD club submitted an application that noted all of the different projects and activities that the school has done throughout the year.
The WJHS SADD chapter works on projects and activities throughout the school year that promote good decisions in the school and in the community, according to the club’s adviser, Amanda Fisher.
“The key to the club’s success is that we set a goal to complete two activities a month,” said Ms. Fisher. “We do more when we are able, but we always stay focused as a team and work toward achieving this initial objective with a high level of commitment.”
Additionally, one of the club’s members, Nicholas Wilson, was named SADD Student of the Year for his work and commitment on the state advisory board and his dedication to the school’s chapter.
WJHS had two students, Nicholas Wilson and Romario Crisanto, serve on the State SADD Student Advisory Board this year. They used many hours of their free time to plan a successful and engaging conference.