Buckley Report: “It’s My Call”

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A Forsyth County middle school has figured out a way to keep most of its students from doing drugs: by letting the kids themselves lead the program.

In the video above, we introduce you to the "It's My Call" program and how it all got started.

Glenn High School has 83 percent of its students signed up for the program, the most of any high school in the county. East Forsyth high is close behind at 76 percent.

East Middle has a nearly perfect record, with 99 percent of its students signed up.

Other schools have had great success, too, including Carver High School in Winston-Salem, where the program was created.

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