SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) is a peer leadership program dedicated to promoting healthy decision making, particularly pertaining to underage drinking, other drug use, impaired driving, as well as teen violence and suicide.
As a nationally recognized program, SADD provides a forum for students to empower one another along with opportunities for education and advocacy for the student body of Carteret High School.
Throughout the school year students participate in prevention based activities such as Fatal Vision Goggles. SADD events include recognition of School Violence Awareness Week and Week of Respect through educational and recreational activities which promote a positive and safe learning environment.
The overall goal is a healthier high school experience through positive peer support and modeling.