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Two schools recently graduated students through the D.A.R.E. program.

Louisiana Elementary School held its ceremony on Wednesday, Dec. 14, and BONCL completed its two student D.A.R.E. class on Friday, Dec. 16.

At Louisiana Elementary, the students received their certificates individually by classroom.

After each student received their certificate, the four winners of the essay contest read why what they learned in the program and its importance.

The essay winners at Louisiana Elementary were Johnny Picone, Devon Davis, Anna Ince and Raegan Bowser.

A special speaker, KHQZ Sports Director Chris Duer, addressed the students briefly, then ran the lines of the new D.A.R.E. graduates with a camera to put them on TV.

At the BONCL graduation the two students who completed the program, Marlee Turner and Miguel Oliver, gave their speeches and talked about the posters they made that were put on display.

All the graduating students were grateful for Officer Chad Perkins who guided them through the program.

The graduates also mentioned the help and support from the Louisiana High School students that were selected as positive role models.

The students that were selected as role models from the high school were Brooke Baker, Ali Cross, Hunter Feldewerth, Elizabeth Francis, Samantha Henderson, Hayley Martin, Samantha Renner, Molly Ross, Isaac Shade, Jake Sencenbaugh, Katelynn Watts and Ryan Murray.

From The Louisiana Press-Journal

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