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Four classes of fifth graders at Eastfield Global Magnet School graduated the D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program taught by Officer Michael Hensley. The students were on the brink of getting cupcakes and punch, and a group picture was just not in the cards.

Essay winners in the D.A.R.E. program are (from left): Bella Taylor, Cason Matthews, Adrienne Bumpass and Nicholas Letterman.

As each student’s name was called, they recieved a certificate and a pin as they shook hands with Police Chief Allen Lawrence, Mayor Steve Little and Walmart Store Manager Renee Alley.

The following students graduated the program: Alexis Baez-Rojas, Shelby Bartlett, Kenzley Bates, Joshua Benge, Bryce Bowden, Daniel Bustos, Brandon Cervantes-Romero, Benjamin Davis, Jartiza Fabian, Saphira Fisher, Chassity Johnston, Nicholas Letterman, Zabian Means, Luis Orsornio, Lauren Roland, William Seaman, Kimora Stewart, Bellah Stroud, Dominic Cardenas, Ignacio Cardenas, Jackson Covert, Izabella Dvorak, Abigail Fletcher, Hannah Hardy, Jaylen Hinton, Alexis Jones, Ivan Shirley, Marilyn Sorto, Gabriella Taylor, Benjamin Tye, Stella Webb, Izaack Argueta, Haylie Barriga-Lopez, Rigel Bonilla, Emanuel Bustos-Argumedo, Valleria Dominguez-Leon, Iverson Hastings Fowler, Malachi Huffman, Adalyn Hughes, Ashley Lopez, Selena Magana, Ava Martin, Cason Matthews, Stephany Morales, Camryn Norton, Jamie Price, Charlee Proctor, Darwin Baez-Rivera, Ally Beck, Phoebe Bell, Adrienne Bumpass, Martin Caballero, Yeimi Garcia, Bradley Cox, Leo Harris, Patience Johnson, Peyton Johnson, Kaidon Mason, Scott McKinney, Madeline Moore, Ezequiel Perez, Joshua Pritchard, Philip Roland, Myiah Sheehan and Ethan Widener.

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