St. Peter’s fifth grade student Morgan McGuire
authored this year’s winning D.A.R.E essay.
2014 DARE Graduation
DARE is an exciting 9 Week program for school aged students grades K through 12 that helps students resist pressures that may influence them to experiment with alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, inhalants and other drugs.
Students are introduced to the DARE decision making model that will assist them in problem solving and help them in making wise decisions. In order to complete the program and earn a certificate the students are expected to:
(1) Complete a DARE Student Workbook,
(2) Have Good Attendance,
(3) Demonstrate Good Behavior in Class,
(4) Keep your body free from drugs,
(5) Write a DARE report,
(6) Make a pledge statement to make wise decisions about drugs and alcohol.
St. Peter’s fifth grade class with Chief Randy Cox and Sgt. Richard Appel, the department’s D.A.R.E. Officer,
at the class’s recent D.A.R.E. graduation.