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Capellino takes anti-drug message to Huntington Beach

January 21, 2015 by Cindy O'Dell
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Coach Andrew Bonsall, Dr. Tamerin Capellino, Assistant Professor Julian Brodeur, Jill Wood, Yvonne Parsons, Jodi Barber (from left).

Dr. Tamerin Capellino, assistant professor in the School of Education, joined a team of anti-drug advocates Jan. 20 at Marina High School in Huntington Beach to educate kids about the dangers of drugs and under-age drinking. The Good Samaritan Law, passed in California in 2013, was the main topic. The law encourages witnesses at the scene of a suspected drug or alcohol overdose to seek emergency assistance right away, without fear of arrest for minor drug law violations. More than 120 students were reached by the personal stories shared.

Capellino teaches educational administration and organizational leadership at the San Diego and Menifee campuses.

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