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CCPS and state’s attorney’s office to give T.I.P.S. to parents about kids’ potential drug use Tuesday night

Parents can learn about the threat of drugs and how they can be hiding in plain sight during a virtual panel discussion Tuesday night.

Carroll County Public Schools and the Carroll County State’s Attorney’s Office, are hosting an event called T.I.P.S. Room, which stands for Threats in Plain Sight, Tuesday from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

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Parents will have the opportunity to observe a video of a mock children’s bedroom and examples of concealment locations. Panelists will host a discussion guided by questions submitted by the public.

The panelists are Superintendent Steve Lockard, Brian DeLeonardo, State’s Attorney for Carroll County, Linda Auerback, substance abuse prevention supervisor for Carroll County Health Department, Kenneth Goncz, andTim Weber, Community Education Liaison for the Carroll County State’s Attorney’s Office, and Brad Bevans, substance use prevention specialist for Carroll County Public Schools.

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The event takes place on Zoom and participants will be emailed a link prior to.

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