Dothan High School SADD Chapter
Advisers: Christopher D Payne and Lakresha Hendrix
President: Cheyenne Trujillo
Officer: D'Nasa Mitchell
Officer: Taliyah Oglesby
Officer: Shelby Rhodes
Our mission is to provide students with the best prevention and intervention tools possible to deal with the issues of underage drinking, drunk driving, drug use, and other destructive decisions.
The Dothan High School SADD Chapter meets every week to meet the needs of its members. The meetings are held in the auditorium every Wednesday from 3:15 p.m. until 4:30 p.m.
How To Join SADD
Termination of Membership
Earning Community Service
For Students Who Start the School Year as a 14 Year Old:
50 - Bronze
75 - Silver
100 - Gold
For Students Who are 15 or Older:
100 - Bronze
175 - Silver
250 - Gold
Volunteering - Our Anti-Drug Program
If a student fails to demonstrate hard work and a good positive behavior, they will be sent home from the activity and not allowed to participate in a volunteer activity again for the current school year. If a student fails to show up for an activity that they signed up for, they will be put on probation from volunteering for one semester. Upon second occurrence of a failed appearance, that student will be prohibited from volunteering for the rest of the school year. All SADD members will be given the phone numbers to the adviser and all officers. It is your responsibility to inform the adviser or an officer if you will not be able to make an assigned activity. Never sign up for an activity that you know you will not be able to attend.
Registering For Activities
February 28 - March 1: Alabama SADD State Convention
Students must be an active member of SADD and an active participant in club activities. Students must have accumulated a total of 30 hours of service to be eligible for the field trip.
Awards, Recognitions, and Certifications
May 6, 2014 - Presidential Call to Service Lifetime Award - Mr. Payne 4,000 Hours of Service
May 5, 2014 - David Cronin - SADD SPEAK's Member - National Teen Safe Driving Council Member
May 1, 2014 - Alabama Final Four Teacher of the Year Finalist - Mr. Payne - Advisor
April 2014 - Cheyenne Trujillo - SADD National Leadership Council Member
March 2014 - It Can Wait "Drive for Pledges" National Campaign Winner - National Organizations for Youth Safety
March 2014 - Alabama District II Secondary Teacher of the Year - Mr. Payne - Advisor
January 2014 - Dothan City Schools Secondary Teacher of the Year - Mr. Payne - Advisor
January 2014 - Dothan Anti-Tobacco Task Force Youth Council Member - David Cronin
January 2014 - Dothan Anti- Bully Project Youth Council Members - Cheyenne Trujillo and Austin Smith
January 2014 - Rotary Youth Leadership Mentor Training - Avery Lamb, Isaac Long, Hope Nolen, Cheyenne Trujillo
October 2013 - Dothan High School Teacher of the Year - Mr. Payne - Advisor
May 2013 - SADD National Leadership Council - Alicia Duke
April 2013 - SADD SPEAK's - Cheyenne Trujillo - National ambassador teen for safe driving - Washington D.C.
October 2012 - Dothan High School Teacher of the Year - Mr. Payne - Advisor
June 2012 - National SADD Advisor of the Year
May 2012 - Alabama Volunteer of the Year - Mr. Payne
May 2012 - Club of the Year - Yes We Can
May 2011 - Club of the Year
February 2011 - Alabama SADD Chapter of the Year
February 2010 - Alabama SADD Chapter of the Year
February 2009 - Became a certifying organization for the Federal Communications Commission's Digital Converter Box Program.
February 2009 - Alabama SADD Chapter of the Year
January 2008 - The Dothan High School SADD Chapter became a training organization for the iSafe Internet Safety Training Program.
October 2007 - The Dothan High School SADD Advisor was the featured guest on "Teen Talk," a local teen television show.
August 2007 - The Dothan High School SADD Chapter became a certifying organization for the President's Volunteer Service Award.
Donations and Sponsorship
We are always greatful to people and organizations who are willing to donate to our chapter to help us educate our peers on the dangers of destrcutive decisions. 100% of the money we raise is used by our chapter for activities during the school year. We are always in the planning phase and looking for activities that will inspire people to make a difference and save a life.
If you are interested in making a donation to our chapter you may send a check to the Dothan High School SADD Chapter at Dothan High School - 1236 South Oates Street - Dothan, Alabama 36301.
Current Statistics About The Chapter
2007 - Present Statistics
1400+ -Total Membership
750+ - Activities Completed
7 Time - Presidential Volunteer Service Gold Award Club
205 - Presidential Volunteer Service Awards Honored
440 - Alabama Congressional Volunteer Award Honored
53,000+ - Community Service Hours Served Since August 2007
$384,250+ Money Saved By Using SADD Volunteers