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CHS students learn at ‘Truth or Consequences’

Campbellsville High School students recently learned the truth about destructive behavior, and the consequences, too.

 

CHS freshmen went to the Taylor County Judicial Center for the “Truth or Consequences” program to learn about the effects of alcohol and drug abuse and other crimes.

 

First, students were given a scenario in which they committed some type of crime or were in a difficult situation at home or school.

 

Then, students were paired with a “parent,” who followed them as their scenario unfolded.

 

Depending on the situation, students had to talk to police officers, jail deputies, school administrators, a criminal judge and others.

 

After their scenario ended, students visited several stations and heard from local emergency services officials, law enforcement officers and more.

 

Agencies participating included the Taylor County Attorney’s office, Taylor County Coroner’s office, Taylor County Detention Center, Campbellsville/Taylor County EMS, The Healing Place, Campbellsville Police and many others.

 

CHS freshman Tyler Gribbins and his father, Robbie, meet with Taylor County Coroner Daniel Cook as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.

CHS freshman Tyler Gribbins and his father, Robbie, meet with Taylor County Coroner Daniel Cook as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.

 

CHS freshman Gabriel Gutierrez and his “mother” Lisa Pruitt of Forcht Bank talk with a Court Designated Worker as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.

CHS freshman Gabriel Gutierrez and his “mother” Lisa Pruitt of Forcht Bank talk with a Court Designated Worker as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.

 

CHS freshman Samantha Johnson meets with Taylor County District Court Judge Amy Anderson as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.

CHS freshman Samantha Johnson meets with Taylor County District Court Judge Amy Anderson as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.

 

CHS freshman Mark Rigsby and his “mother” Angie Freeman of the Taylor County Extension Office talk with Taylor County Detention Center Captain Adam Burress as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.

CHS freshman Mark Rigsby and his “mother” Angie Freeman of the Taylor County Extension Office talk with Taylor County Detention Center Captain Adam Burress as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.

 

CHS freshmen, center, from left, Alli Wilson, Bailey Smith and Noah Hughes and their “parents” talk with Campbellsville Police officers as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.

CHS freshmen, center, from left, Alli Wilson, Bailey Smith and Noah Hughes and their “parents” talk with Campbellsville Police officers as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.

 

CHS freshman Noah Hughes and his “mother” Audrey Myers of the Taylor County Extension Office talk with Campbellsville Board of Education Chair Pat Hall as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.

CHS freshman Noah Hughes and his “mother” Audrey Myers of the Taylor County Extension Office talk with Campbellsville Board of Education Chair Pat Hall as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.

 

CHS freshman Bailey Thompson and her “dad” Bronson Gowdy talk with youth pastor Brett Sowell about the religious implications of her actions as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.

CHS freshman Bailey Thompson and her “dad” Bronson Gowdy talk with youth pastor Brett Sowell about the religious implications of her actions as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.

 

Rebecca Price, director of clinical counseling and behavior support services at The Kid SpOt Center, talks to CHS freshmen about their Truth or Consequences scenarios.

Rebecca Price, director of clinical counseling and behavior support services at The Kid SpOt Center, talks to CHS freshmen about their Truth or Consequences scenarios.

 

Campbellsville/Taylor County EMS Major Bill Bemis talks to CHS freshmen about how emergency services personnel try to help those who have overdosed on illegal drugs.

Campbellsville/Taylor County EMS Major Bill Bemis talks to CHS freshmen about how emergency services personnel try to help those who have overdosed on illegal drugs.

 

Campbellsville/Taylor County EMS Major Bill Bemis talks to CHS freshmen about how emergency services personnel try to help those who have overdosed on illegal drugs.

Campbellsville/Taylor County EMS Major Bill Bemis talks to CHS freshmen about how emergency services personnel try to help those who have overdosed on illegal drugs.

 

CHS freshman Taliyah Hazelwood and her “mother” Regina Rodgers talk with School Resource Officer Robbie VanCleave as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.

CHS freshman Taliyah Hazelwood and her “mother” Regina Rodgers talk with School Resource Officer Robbie VanCleave as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.

 

CHS freshman Ben Arachi and his “mother” Angie Freeman of the Taylor County Extension Office talk to CHS Assistant Principal Mark Kearney as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.

CHS freshman Ben Arachi and his “mother” Angie Freeman of the Taylor County Extension Office talk to CHS Assistant Principal Mark Kearney as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.

 

CHS freshman Greg Lopez and his “mother” Lisa Harris talk to Taylor County District Court Judge Amy Anderson as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.

CHS freshman Greg Lopez and his “mother” Lisa Harris talk to Taylor County District Court Judge Amy Anderson as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.

 

CHS freshman Kristopher Releford and his “mother” Amy Deaton, a special education teacher at CHS, talk to youth pastor Brett Sowell about the religious implications of his actions as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.

CHS freshman Kristopher Releford and his “mother” Amy Deaton, a special education teacher at CHS, talk to youth pastor Brett Sowell about the religious implications of his actions as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.

 

CHS freshman Abie Angel and her “mother” Barb Smith of Q-104 talk with CHS Assistant Principal Mark Kearney as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.

CHS freshman Abie Angel and her “mother” Barb Smith of Q-104 talk with CHS Assistant Principal Mark Kearney as part of the “Truth or Consequences” scenario.





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