THE anti-drug message will reach out to more primary school students following the inauguration yesterday of a second mobile classroom run by the Life Education Activity Programme (LEAP). The new bus was made possible by a $1 million donation from Cathay Pacific, said the chairman of LEAP, Dr James Ch'ien Ming-nien. The $2.2 million project - sponsored by the Royal Hong Kong Jockey Club and the Hongkong Telecom Foundation - is aimed at teaching children about the dangers of drug abuse. The first mobile classroom, a 10-metre long bus equipped with television monitors, transparent anatomical mannequins, and puppets, began reaching out to 16 schools last month. Children aged five to 12 will learn about their bodies, the importance of health, the impact of drugs and decision-making skills such as how to resist peer pressure. The Governor's wife, Lavender Patten, who officiated at the launch, said: ''The chances of succumbing to drugs, alcohol and smoking will be much reduced if children grow up with an awareness of how such substances can damage their bodies and ruin their lives. ''I hope that with the combined efforts of all sectors of the community, our simple message of 'care for your future, say no to drugs' will be heard and acted upon everywhere in Hong Kong.''