Dover High School students developed their own messages about the harmful impact of tobacco during a poster contest sponsored by Dover High School and the Bayhealth Dover High School Wellness Center this spring.
Students submitted a variety of informative and entertaining posters with anti-smoking messages. The five winning posters will be placed around the hallways of the Capital School District to help spread awareness.
The poster contest was made possible through the Delaware Division of Public Health's Tobacco Prevention Community Contract. Funding for the Contract is provided by the Delaware Health Fund and managed by the American Lung Association.
Pictured from left to right are poster winners Mackenzie Mika, Nathaniel Valenti and Lauren Hill-Smith. Additional winners were Jaime Ridley and members of the Dover High School Art Club, consisting of Charles Ashford, Taren Blankenship, Idnailie Boromee, Zachary Cooke, Tamera May, and Jaime Ridley.