The Reidsville Police Department is offering a new D.A.R.E. program to keep kids away from drugs…
Catawba County School System Superintendent Matt Stover was invited to Maiden Elementary School’s D.A.R.E graduation to deliver the keynote address. Stover expressed the importance of good decision making.
Bullying is defined by the federal government on the Stop Bullying website as “An aggressive or unwanted behavior used again and again, to isolate, harm or control another person. We teach about the four forms of bullying. Verbal, Social (Leaving People Out of Excluding Them), Physical and Cyber-Bullying.”
Fifth grade students at Highland Elementary in Burlington made a public pledge Thursday to be drug-free during a D.A.R.E graduation. The Drug Abuse Resistance Education program, or D.A.R.E, has been a staple in schools and police departments for decades.
Sheriff Jimmy Combs, left, shakes hands with Dr. Travis Reeves, superintendent of Surry County Schools, this week after getting approval to launch a new D.A.R.E. initiative in the four county middle schools.