MADE Program

MADE Drug Free Clubs is the local chapter of Drug Free Clubs of America.  MADE is an incentive program providing students the support they need to say no to drugs.  All Ross County High Schools and Pickaway Ross CTC have clubs in their schools and enrollment far exceeded expectations.

A MADE rally was held on the steps of the Ross County Court House on 11-18-16. There were 1562 students participants that have passed a drug test.    Since then, there are nearly 2,000 students in the program.  

This is a voluntary program and is open to every student and some students are already drug free, while others became drug free to participate.   Up to 6 drug screens are required in the school year.  

 The Buck Fifty, a 150 mile relay race, was created as a result of this club and hundreds of runners came to Ross County on 4–17 to raise money for MADE.  The Buck Fifty will continue as a major supporter for MADE.  

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