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Constable Taylor, Trooper Birmelin, Trooper Woodings, Sergeant Phillips, Constable Dykes, Lisa Fuller, CHI St. Joseph Primary Care, Judge Ellison, Trooper Ogden, Constable Boyett, First place winner Ci’Niya Jackson, Second place winner Dalillah Sandoval, and Third place winner Roxana Hernandez and D.A.R.E. Officer Johnny Lopez.
D.A.R.E. Me...I’ll say NO
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The Hearne Elementary Cafeteria this past Tuesday morning was filled with sixth grade students that had completed training in the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) Program.
There was a contest and the students had to write what they think the D.A.R.E. Program means and what it does for them.
The first, second, and third place winners were presented with a small token and the winner was asked to read her essay.
The program starts in elementary and is taught all the way through high school age.
The training is to make these students understand that drugs are not the way of life and that if they are ever introduced to drugs or are being forced into trying them that the D.A.R.E. Program has taught them it is okay to say NO. To be your own person and it is okay to say NO.
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