Cancer Survivor Don Young Scheduled to Visit Kirkwood High School to Discuss Tobacco Awareness and Prevention

 KIRKWOOD SCHOOL DISTRICT


As part of the health class curriculum at Kirkwood High School, students learn about wellness and are challenged to make healthy choices and lifestyle decisions.  To emphasize the point on the effects of tobacco use and create awareness about the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout campaign, the health department at KHS has invited cancer survivor Don Young to come speak to health classes on Thursday, November 17.

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