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Covenant graduates 11 from DARE program
Eleven students at Covenant Academy graduated from the 10-week DARE program offered by Warren County Sheriffs Department with instructor and SRO Jarvis Johnson. Pictured front row, from left, are Lydia Netherton, Vansh Patel, Maddie Gibbs, Mackenzie Mills, and Cassie Sharpe. Second row, Caleb Hines, Hunter Bernhardt, Lanya Byars, Johnson, Chase Newby, Collin Panter, and Kaylen Elizabeth Jacobs.
Drug Abuse Resistance Education, the program that strives to keep children happy, healthy and drug-free, graduated 11 Covenant Academy students Monday.“I would like to thank Alan Smith for allowing me to teach DARE here,” said school resource officer Jarvis Johnson to the teachers of Covenant Academy. “Also, I would like to thank you for allowing me to come into your classroom and take up you valuable time to teach your children. Their parents, I’m sure, thank you for allowing that.”DARE is taught in elementary schools and aims to prepare students for times ahead when they may be tempted by drugs or alcohol.