Fall athletes at Oak Glen High School heard from law enforcement officials Thursday regarding sexual assault awareness and social media responsibility as part of "Project Two-a-Days”.
Over one hundred student-athletes heard from United States Attorney William Ihlenfeld, along with the Project Safe Childhood Coordinator for the Northern District of West Virginia.
Both spoke to the students about rape and sexual assault and materials from the Upper Ohio Valley Sexual Assault Help Center were provided to all of those in attendance.
Students were advised about the dangers of drugs and about cases that have recently been prosecuted in state and federal court systems.
Ihlenfeld concluded the presentation with advice regarding how to stay safe while using social media tools such as Twitter and Facebook.