A graduation ceremony for Seymour Intermediate students for the Drug Abuse Resistance Education, or D.A.R.E program, will be held on May 1.
The 11 fifth grade classes that will graduate from the program have been working on anti-drug and alcohol abuse educational activities for nine weeks.
“We explain the effects of nicotine, alcohol, and marijuana,” said Deputy David Lamon, the Resource Officer who heads D.A.R.E at Seymour Intermediate. “We talk about the damages caused by inhalants, but we don’t tell the students how to use them.”
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