Ingomar’s 5th graders graduated from the D.A.R.E. Program sponsored by the Union County Sherriff’s Department this past week.

In the class, Deputy Tressa Hester educates the students on making decisions and the effects they can have on them as well as the people around them. Lorabell Faulkner gave an overview of the lessons they have been taught during the ceremony.

Students are asked to write essays about what the class has meant to them with a winner being chosen. Rivers Ashley was that winner.

Senior Swayze Browning, former D.A.R.E. graduate and essay winner, encouraged the students to make wise choices.

Graduates include:

Mrs. Cassie Taylor’s Homeroom – Makynlee Dillard, Parker Dillard, Aidyn Dixon, Elena Emerick, Alex Gullick, Colton Jackson, Eden Kelly, Symphani Mack, Callie Madonna, Mallory Matthews, Isabella McMillen, Jaden Nesbit, Cade Robins, Chase Seawright, Peyton Wray.

Mrs. Lindy Weeden’s Homeroom – Shakira Bradley, Alanis Carter, Izzie Edwards, Jacob Garner, Sadie Hernandez, James Marc Key, Olivia King, Adam Potts, James Raines, Marlee Seawright, John Allen Thompson, Brianah Voyles, Ella Hart Wilbanks

Mrs. Janet Hall’s Homeroom – Ellie Kate Andrews, Rivers Ashley, Dillon Davis, Lorabell Faulkner, Brody Hutchens, Caleb Norton, Rylee Kate Raney, Katie Reed, Ansley Robbins, Alondra Romero, Peyton Weaver, Carter Weeden, Taniyah Welch

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