Jody Miller correspondent

BATH TWP. - Kay Quigley has been an instrumental part of the Revere Schools for more than 20 years, working with the students and staff on substance abuse issues. On Aug. 28, the Revere Board of Education approved a consulting contract with Quigley for the 2012-13 school year for $51,352.45.

Quigley has been and will continue to be responsible for the district's Chemical Abuse Reduced through Education (C.A.R.E) program, which provides drug and alcohol prevention and intervention strategies throughout the district.
Her job also includes counseling and information sessions, coordinating teacher substance abuse training and organizing age-appropriate presentations and activities for prevention, education, intervention, counseling and rehabilitation referrals for at-risk behaviors.