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Brianna Binder, D.A.R.E. Youth Advocacy Board Member from South Carolina and Dutch Fork High School’s Miss Silver Fox, was at Brockman elementary to speak at the D.A.R.E. graduation. She attended the D.A.R.E graduation program on January 17, one of many appearances to support and let students know that being drug free is always good and being bullied is not. The SROs who conducted the program, Richland County Sheriff’s Deputies Donald Friels, Chad Enzor, and Tom Reupke, invited Brianna to speak as a D.A.R.E graduate herself. Brianna is very happy that the D.A.R.E program is very effective, and still being implemented in schools. She continues to share her platform to encourage students to choose the right path. She did an excellent job with the elementary school students. They loved her!

The deputies are loved by their D.A.R.E. students, staff, and others in the community. Wonderful things were said about these officers representing the Richland County Sheriff’s Department/SROs, and the students and parents reacted to them with hugs and smiles. They have done a great job as officers, and are appreciated for being dedicated to what they are doing. The community thinks they should be commended for the hard work and success with this program. It might not seem like a big deal to a lot of people, but, to the community, if the information is given to prevent bad choices to make good one, then programs like the D.A.R.E. should remain in all schools and become part of all schools’ curriculum, and not just an elective program.

The new Principal of Brockman Elementary, Heidi Stark, was very accommodating.

Congratulations to all of the wonderful D.A.R.E graduates. D.A.R.E kids for life!!

Bagnall Students Graduate from D.A.R.E.

GROVELAND -- Chief Jeffrey Gillen announced this week that fifth grade Bagnall Elementary School students graduated from the Groveland Police Department’s Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) program. On May 29, 55 fifth-grade students completed a 10-week...

Fifth Graders Complete D.A.R.E. Program

More than 200 Tunkhannock Area Intermediate Center fifth graders rose to the D.A.R.E. challenge on Friday by graduating from the 10-week course.

Best D.A.R.E. essay was written by Olivia Williams and it was read by one of the D.A.R.E. mentors, Isaac Clark…

Congratulations to New Brunswick’s Latest D.A.R.E. Class!

Officers involved with the City of New Brunswick's D.A.R.E. Program. (L-R) Officer Eddie Bobadilla, Det. Danny Gallardo, Lt. Raymond Trigg, Officer Hector Lugo and Det. Harry Hudson. The 28th class of New Brunswick kids to pledge to live healthy and safe lives...

Hasbrouck Heights Police Department Hosts Party for D.A.R.E. Grads

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ -- The Hasbrouck Heights Police Department treated the town's fifth grade students to a party for successfully completing the D.A.R.E. program. Over 200 students from Lincoln School, Euclid School, and Corpus Christi School attended a private...

Park Ridge D.A.R.E. Students Help Officers with Memorial Day Float

On Monday, May 27th, a bunch of D.A.R.E. students helped D.A.R.E. Officers Greg Santangelo and Kyle Dutcher during the Memorial Day Parade. Brett Unger from Creative Pavers in Park Ridge donated his time and resources with painting, decorating, and pulling the...

Fifth-Graders at Camp Ground Elementary Graduate from D.A.R.E. Program

Family and friends of fifth-graders at Camp Ground Elementary gathered in the school’s gymnasium to watch over 50 students graduate from the D.A.R.E. program. The 10-week program, led by Laurel County Detective Kyle Gray, educated Camp Ground’s fifth-graders on the...

 
 
 
 
 
 

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