Ford II students mentor elementary students
on good decision-making


A group of Henry Ford II High School students visited Graebner Elementary students to share some life experiences with their younger peers.

Nine members of SADD worked in partnership with a former and current Sterling Heights police officer to talk about "destructive decisions."

The Graebner fifth grade students then broke into groups with the Ford II to take part in skits about bullying and destructive decisions. Each skit demonstrated a consequence or resolution to a situation that may encounter in the students' lives. MORE.

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