The Plymouth County Drug & Alcohol Resistance Education Summer Program- D.A.R.E
The Plymouth County Drug & Alcohol Resistance Education, Summer Program is a great opportunity for children entering grades five or six, to make their summer a fun learning experience.
Students spend the week learning skills to resist alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs, and violence. They are surrounded by positive role models who are committed to making the experience as rewarding as possible.
ABOUT OUR PROGRAM
The summer program is sponsored by the District Attorney´s Office, the Plymouth County Police Chiefs, and the Drug Education / School Resource Officers. The program, offered free of charge, is a one-of-a-kind experience that blends cultural diversity, education, and fun.
The summer program provides a structured environment that instructs young people on responsibility, leadership, risk identification, decision-making, discipline, awareness, and most importantly, how to say no to drugs and alcohol.
The course framework helps participants to recognize the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse and other illegal activities. By combining outdoor activities with Drug & Alcohol Resistance Education lessons we create a unique environment for children to foster growth and respect under the guidance of peer leaders, Drug Education Officers and School Resource Officers from their own communities.
PROGRAM ENROLLMENT INCLUDES:
Morning, afternoon snacks, and daily lunches
Summer Program T-shirt
Arts and crafts
Sports and games
Graduation Ceremony for participants and family
For additional information please email Officer Michael Wall at: firstname.lastname@example.org