STUDENTS EMPOWERED THROUGH DARE -- The fifth-grade classes at Whitefield School completed the DARE program with a graduation celebration on June 18. Over the course of the past 10 weeks students in Donna McCusker's and Kyla Joslin's classes worked with Police Officer James Gardiner. The students met with Gardiner weekly to discuss ways to empower themselves to respect others, and make good choices that lead to lives free from violence, substance abuse and other dangerous behaviors. This year's DARE program was a partnership between Chief Ed Samson from the Whitefield Police Department and Officer Gardiner from the Littleton PD.
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