Parents: The Anti Drug's April newsletter:
If you remember the 1970s, chances are you’re familiar with “4/20,” a day observed by pot smokers. You may be surprised to know that “4/20” is part of today’s teen popular culture.
On April 20, some teens will observe this day as an opportunity to smoke marijuana. As a parent, you need to be aware of the significance of this day and be extra vigilant in monitoring for drug use.
The article goes on to describe how parents can monitor their children for drug use. Parents can also use this opportunity to talk to their children about your household rules about drugs and alcohol, incentives for remaining drug-free, and the specific consequences you have established if they do not stay drug-free.