1. Drugs & Alcohol and Your Choice
    Grades 9-12

    There are all kinds of drugs. Some help people with medical problems and can be bought in any store, right over the counter. Other medicines must be prescribed by a doctor. The alcohol and energy drinks we see advertised everywhere? Those are drugs, too. Then there are illegal drugs like marijuana. Some drugs are helpful. Some can be hurtful, and even deadly. What do all they have in common? They all change how your body works and they should all be taken seriously.

    At the end of this program students will learn the following:
    * All drugs, including over the counter medications, prescription medicines, energy drinks, alcohol, and marijuana, effect the way your body and mind work.
    * Over-the-counter and prescription medication can also be harmful if they are misused or abused.
    * Taking medicine prescribed for someone else can be dangerous to your health; it is also illegal.
    * Inhalants are potent chemicals that can have serious, even deadly, consequences.
    * Contrary to popular belief, using drugs can have a negative impact on a teen's social and academic life.

    Find the full DVD at cerebellum.com or sdteach.com

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  2. There’s Always Help: Suicide Prevention
    Grades 9-12

    At some point everyone goes through very stressful and anxious situations. Those experiences can be very hard to cope with and lead to feelings of extreme sadness, anger and depression. Sometimes teens may feel like their situations are hopeless and think that one way to get relief from the bad feelings is to escape through suicide. What this program will discuss: the warning signs of suicide, what students can do to help prevent it, and how to cope with suicide.

    At the end of this program, students will learn the following:
    • People who are contemplating suicide often telegraph warning signs: they talk about dying; change their habits; or give away favorite possessions.
    • Friends and family should take the warning sides of suicide seriously.
    • Talk to a trusted adult if someone is under severe emotional stress and talks about suicide.
    • Don’t blame yourself if someone commits suicide.
    • Seek professional help to deal with feelings of loss and guilt.

    Find the full DVD at cerebellum.com or sdteach.com

    # vimeo.com/34931189 Uploaded
  3. There’s Always Help: Suicide Prevention
    Grades 9-12

    At some point everyone goes through very stressful and anxious situations. Those experiences can be very hard to cope with and lead to feelings of extreme sadness, anger and depression. Sometimes teens may feel like their situations are hopeless and think that one way to get relief from the bad feelings is to escape through suicide. What this program will discuss: the warning signs of suicide, what students can do to help prevent it, and how to cope with suicide.

    At the end of this program, students will learn the following:
    • People who are contemplating suicide often telegraph warning signs: they talk about dying; change their habits; or give away favorite possessions.
    • Friends and family should take the warning sides of suicide seriously.
    • Talk to a trusted adult if someone is under severe emotional stress and talks about suicide.
    • Don’t blame yourself if someone commits suicide.
    • Seek professional help to deal with feelings of loss and guilt.

    Find the full DVD at cerebellum.com or sdteach.com

    # vimeo.com/34931135 Uploaded
  4. Say No with Pride
    Grades 3-6

    Youngsters will understand that to feel comfortable and safe sometimes means saying “no”. This program teaches that when you do you’ll feel better – this is called pride. By the end students will be taught ways to say “no” with confidence and stand proud.

    At the end of this program, students will learn the following:
    • Saying “No” with confidence and standing up for yourself makes you feel proud.
    • Say “No” in a firm but positive voice without yelling or shouting.
    • Everyone has the right to act in their own best interest.
    • It’s okay to change your mind and not do something again just because you’ve done it before.
    • Tell an adult you trust if you or someone else is in danger.

    Find the full DVD at cerebellum.com or sdteach.com

    # vimeo.com/34931070 Uploaded
  5. Rumors, Gossip, and Teasing: It Hurts
    Grade 3-6

    This program explains and provides coping mechanisms to fight against rumors, gossiping, and teasing. Young students are taught that teasing and taunting can cause anger, but there are healthy ways to defuse the anger and avoid people who harass. Students are also taught that if you see others being bullied and picked on, you should say something to stop it, because it hurts!

    At the end of this program, students will learn the following:
    • Rumors, gossip, teasing and taunting are all forms of harassment.
    • Rumors and gossip don’t just hurt the person talked about but also hurt those who do the talking.
    • Try to steer clear of people who spread rumors and gossip.
    • One of the best ways to deal with teasing and taunting is to ignore it.
    • Speak up. Don’t stand by when you see bullying happen.

    Find the full DVD at cerebellum.com or sdteach.com

    # vimeo.com/34931029 Uploaded

Guidance Systems Video Clips

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Short video clips of the award-winning guidance videos that present difficult topics to K-12 students. Guidance Systems videos with digital workbooks are available at sdteach.com.

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