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Mt. Hebron schedules session on Senior Week safety

The Mt. Hebron High School PTSA is co-sponsoring an information session “Senior Week: Staying Safe in Ocean City” Monday, April 8 at 7 p.m. at the Ellicott City school.

HC DrugFree, the Ocean City Police Department and the Ocean City Beach Patrol encourage parents and high school seniors to attend the information session in anticipation of Senior Week, a Maryland tradition where recent graduates gather in Ocean City for a week in June. This year, Senior Week is June 8-15.

According to an announcement from the school system, attendees will learn beach and water safety tips, how to enjoy free activities for teens in Ocean City, how the Ocean City Police Department handles parties and what parents will have to do if their children are detained by police. Information will also be available regarding rental agreements, safety deposits, and “why parents may not want their teens to have cars or alcohol” during Senior Week in Ocean City, according to the school system.

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