Deputy McNeill, Essay Winners: Aaliyah Bull, Jolie-Ann Cook, Nya Glenn, Tamia Sanders (overall winner), Sheriff Leon Lott, Guest Speaker.

It was Deputy McNeill’s 1st D.A.R.E. graduation. Anxious and with the desire to do his best, Deputy McNeill was a huge success with his principal, his students and his command staff today. I am sure we all remember our 1st graduation wondering will I get it correct; “Will it be memorable for my school and for my students?”

Deputy Charles McNeill, D.A.R.E. Instructor

Deputy McNeill can breathe easy now and just so you know, (whispering…) Mrs. Hall your principal shared with Sheriff Lott how she, the school and the community just love you!

Jizelle Pringle and her Montessori Class within Caughman Elementary

Deputy McNeill with a big smile on his face said, “I had one Montessori classroom within the 5th grade level. It was a pleasure to teach these students as they developed and discovered how to be a proud D.A.R.E. student.”

Deputy McNeill, Mrs. Shawn Hall, Principal, Sheriff Leon Lott, Lt. Verlon Rhodes, S.R.O. Division, and Deputy Arlene Sharpe, State Coordinator/Director D.A.R.E. Training Center

The students had heard the encouraging words from Sheriff Lott. From their D.A.R.E. Instructor, Deputy McNeill they heard encouragement, caring and expectations; it was now time to cross the stage to receive their certificates. They each shuck the hand of all that are so proud of them and joined the millions of other student in the world as a D.A.R.E. Graduate. Deputy McNeill’s heart was filled with pride for all of his students and yes, he has a big smile on his face!

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Worland Fifth-Graders Graduate from D.A.R.E. Program

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Standing Room Only for Local D.A.R.E. Program

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134 Students Graduate from D.A.R.E. Program at South Elementary

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