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I want to say that teaching D.A.R.E. is the BEST thing I did in my career. The program is amazing. I remember hearing the words in D.A.R.E. training so many years ago…. “if you change the life of just one child it is worth it” ….. I believe I did that…It has been an honor to be a D.A.R.E. instructor.
– Pam Tourdot

Deputy Pam Tourdot retired today after nearly 25 years as D.A.R.E instructor. She will receive a plaque of appreciation during the Wisconsin D.A.R.E. summer conference.

Logan County D.A.R.E. Graduates

Chad Eimer (center), Jason Rohrer (left), and Trent Park (right) graduated from the Illinois D.A.R.E. Officer Training…

Kindergarten Cop

Jay Davis remembers when he decided to become a police officer. He was in Kindergarten. A police chief came to talk to his class about safety and afterward, the students got a chance to go outside and look at the police vehicle…

Madisonville PD D.A.R.E. Officer: ‘The Role is Rewarding’

MADISONVILLE, Ky. (2/22/19) — A police officer dedicated to Drug Abuse Resistance Education walks through the doors of elementary schools weekdays, with the mindset to lead youth down the right path. His goal is to teach children attending West Broadway, Grapevine,...

24 Police Officers Graduate from D.A.R.E. Program

From left to right: Bridgeport Capt. Porter with School Resource Officers Staples, Cascante and Orlich. The three graduates join Bridgeport, Conn., police ranks certified in D.A.R.E. training. Twenty-four new officers graduated from the Drug Abuse Resistance Education...

My D.A.R.E Report

I think that D.A.R.E is very important, and I enjoyed it very much. It will benefit me in the long run as I grow older. In our 10-week class period, we learned about lots of things like stress, resistance strategies, the effects of drugs and alcohol on our bodies, and…

D.A.R.E. Program is Evolving

ROTHSCHILD, Wis. (WSAW) -- It use to be called Drug Abuse Resistance Education but now the D.A.R.E. program in north central Wisconsin is evolving into helping students make better decisions. D.A.R.E. now stands for Define, Assess, Respond, Evaluate how to respond to...

Local Students Win 2017 D.A.R.E. Essay Competition

La Crosse, WI (WXOW) – Two D.A.R.E. graduates from the area have won a first and second place in D.A.R.E. Wisconsin’s essay contest. Lilly Ackerman, of Southern Bluffs Elementary in La Crosse, and Lydia Hogue, of St. Patrick’s Elementary in Onalaska, initially tied...

Maggie Engnes, 2017 D.A.R.E. America National Scholarship Awardee

Wisconsin’s former Youth Advocacy Board Representative Maggie Engnes (pictured with Chad Koranda and Steve Albarado) is the 2017 D.A.R.E. America National Scholarship Awardee. The scholarship recognizes academic excellence and rewards students who remain true to the goals of the D.A.R.E. program. It is awarded annually to a qualified 12th grade student to attend the university or college of their choice…

 
 
 
 
 
 

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