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FCPS High Schools Join Unified Prevention Coalition of Fairfax County Kick Off to Prevent Underage Drinking
Fairfax County high school football stadiums will sport new banners this fall encouraging parents and adults in the community to report suspected underage drinking parties to the police. The banners, donated by the Unified Prevention Coalition of Fairfax County (UPC), are part of the UPC’s Parents Who Host, Lose the Most education campaign. View press release issued by Fairfax County Public Schools. FCPS, Unified Prevention Coalition Combine to Prevent Underage Drinking.
At Westfield High School, Principal Tim Turner and Westfield Director of Student Activities Terri Towle joined members of the football team, the girls field hockey team, and a member of the UPC Youth Council in hanging its UPC-donated banner in Westfield's football stadium.
UPC also provided each school print advertisements (B/W version and Color Version) for Homecoming and football programs and for school and booster club websites, Parents Who Host (PWH) fact cards about underage drinking laws with tips for parents for distribution at parent events, PWH posters for school offices frequented by parents, and a poster on risks of underage drinking for posting in student areas.