Keeping our Teens Drug and Alcohol Free

Volunteer Spotlights:

Lilly Brandt & Rheanna Hall

Deerfield Police Officer Rheanna Hall and DHS Assistant Principal Dr. Lilly Brandt present to parents at the Deerfield Public LibraryWe celebrate Dr. Lilly Brandt as she retires from her position as DHS assistant principal and as Co-Vice-President of CTAD. As part of CTAD’s Executive Board since our launch in 2015, Dr. Brandt helped build CTAD from the ground up. She has been integral in helping CTAD and Delta students implement drug prevention activities at DHS and District 113.

Hats off to Deerfield Police Officer and former DHS School Resource Officer (SRO) Rheanna Hall for her passion and commitment to CTAD. As SRO, she assisted CTAD staff with enforcement questions, collaborated with DHS health teachers on prevention strategies, and created social media trainings for youth and adults to help keep youth safe.

Pictured: Officer Hall and Dr. Brandt provide parents with vaping information at Deerfield Public Library back in 2018. Their collaboration is a great example of the power of community in drug prevention.
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