Healthy YOUth (Youth Opportunities Unlimited)
Healthy YOUth (Youth Opportunities Unlimited) is a drug prevention program for dedicated, hard-working, and responsible Z-BTHS students who have chosen to be drug-free and who want to share that commitment with others in their community.
Healthy YOUth is more than just a club. The program is sponsored not only by Z-BTHS, but by the Lake County Health Department and the Zion-Benton Coalition for Healthy Communities. Healthy YOUth members will meet twice a month to keep up-to-date in drug prevention, learn leadership and presentation skills, get to know each other, and to have fun!
We hope you will consider joining us for the 2019-2020 school year!
All students who wish to be a part of Healthy YOUth for the 2019-2020 School Year should follow these directions:
- See the full explanation about the directions to apply by clicking here.
- Complete the permission slip and Healthy YOUth Code of Conduct found here.
- Submit the online application by clicking here.
- Complete a project and turn it in to Mrs. Will by 8:00 am on Friday, September 20th. For project details, please click here. (See 2nd page)
- Attend ONE mandatory meeting to learn about the requirements of the group. The meetings will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 17th from 2:45-3:15 and on Wednesday, Sept. 18th from 7:15-7:45 am. Both meetings will be in Room 312.
- Attend a day of training on Thursday, October 3rd.
NOTE: All projects and forms are due on Friday, September 20th at 8:00 am. If your project is a GROUP project, please know that it MUST reflect significant work done by every member of the group. Additionally, you MUST complete a letter that explains in DETAIL what each member of the group contributed.
Students may submit ALL of the Education Level Projects as their HY Project. See Mrs. Will if you have questions.
Healthy Youth Sponsors:
Deborah Will, IMC Coordinator: 847-731-9475 email@example.com
Brent Hall, Social Science Teacher: 847-731-9564, firstname.lastname@example.org
Healthy YOUth Drug-Free Pledge and Code of Conduct:
Healthy YOUth is an organization designed for students who have chosen to be drug-free and who wish to share this commitment with others. In order for the Healthy YOUth program to be effective and to maintain its integrity, Healthy YOUth Members must be completely drug free while they are in the program and for six months before they start the program. Healthy YOUth Members must also be exemplary role models for the school and the community.
Students who wish to distinguish themselves in Healthy YOUth have the option of completing activity levels. The education level must be obtained before any other levels will be awarded; however, students may begin working on levels simultaneously.