Friday, May 22, 2015

Fitting Finale

Photograph compliments of The Lawrenceville Daily Record

Parkside's  fifth-graders went through a D.A.R.E.
graduation ceremony yesterday.  The 10-week program,
conducted by Lawrenceville police, is not only about drug prevention, but also about officers building relationships
with young people.  Lawrenceville Assistant Police
Chief Mike “Doodle” Seitzinger, who coordinates the
local D.A.R.E.program, noted that the long-term
solution to drug abuse is education. 

All fifth-graders participated. Several students
read essays they wrote during the class. The ceremony
included presentation of certificates and D.A.R.E. T-shirts

Above Seitzinger holds the microphone while
Logan Angle reads his essay.  D.A.R.E. stands for
Drug Abuse Resistance Education.

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