Tonight we were able to attend Madison's
6th grade D.A.R.E. Graduation!
D.A.R.E. stands for Drug Abuse Resistance Education
and is a program that is taught as part of the
6th grade health curriculum in our school!
The program, taught by a local police officer,
teaches the kids the hazards of substance abuse.
At the end of the graduation the kids, all 300+,
ended the night taking the D.A.R.E. pledge to
remain drug free!
We are proud of you!
Way to go Madison!! That is great! You should be so proud of yourself!
Wow...she looks just like you, Dee Dee!!
What a great program for kids. At my school the students really enjoy it and establish a great relationship with their D.A.R.E. officer. Madison is pretty darn cute in that photo . . .
Due to budget cuts our school district has canceled our D.A.R.E program. The students really did have a great relationship with the officers.
And yes, Madison does look like her mom, cute!
Congratulations to Madison on completing the DARE program. I think it's a wonderful program and really does help the kids learn about the hazards of substance abuse and establish a relationship with a local police officer. I'm glad to see it is still being offered at schools.
CONGRATULATIONS MADISON, WAY TO BE A STAND UP GAL AT SUCH A YOUNG AGE!!!
Yes, congratulations!! It is a great program and so important. She is TOOOO cute! Thanks for stopping by:-)
She's so cute. I believe Madison looks like her mom too!
PS. Still painting slowly... both kinds, another cow and the front hall too!
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