Hidden in Plain Sight, a program designed to educate parents and guardians about the signs of risky teen behavior, will be presented from 7-9 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 18, in the Harry M. Ward Auditorium at Mathews High School.
Sponsored by the Mathews Department of Social Services and presented by the Culpeper Police Department, this one-night community awareness program is limited to adults only, said a press release. Parents and guardians of Gloucester, Mathews, and Middlesex students are invited to attend free of charge, and there will be door prizes. No registration is required.
For the program, a typical teenager’s bedroom has been recreated, and the first half of the program will feature participants “snooping” through the room to find things that indicate risky behavior. Such things might include drug use, underage drinking, eating disorders, sexual behaviors, and more, said the release.
The second half of the program will involve discussing each item in the room and its ...
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