Emily Sutton, a Joan Martin Elementary School fifth-grader who was the overall Hobart DARE Essay Contest winner, receives congratulations from Hobart DARE Officer Lt. Jack Grennes.
On December 19 the Ellsworth fourth grade class held a DARE graduation ceremony. Officer John Morris led the event. Winners of the DARE essay contest were Celia Dhillon and Jaeger Griswold. Thank you to Officer Morris and Mrs. Vallence for all the time and effort that went into the program.
DARE Essay Contest: An Invitation from Simon Winchester
Norwich DARE essay contest winner Theodosia Ross is congratulated by Norwich Police Louis Fusaro and DARE officer Keven McNeill.
By: John Barry
Published on: June 10, 2015
FOR THE RECORD - (Published Friday, June 4, 1993) Andrea Grow, a 6th grader at Nitschmann Middle School, Bethlehem, was a winner in the Inner-City DARE essay contest sponsored by the Bethlehem DARE program. The name was misspelled in a photograph caption in Around The County column yesterday.As part of graduation, all students are required to submit an essay detailing their experiences and what they’ve learned as a result of their DARE education. La Crosse Police Department DARE Officer Kurt Weaver submitted Anika’s essay to the 2014 Wisconsin DARE Essay Contest. Over 70 entries were reviewed by the Board of Directors at the Wisconsin State DARE Conference. Anika’s essay was chosen as a shining example of, “content and personal application of the things learned in DARE.” Her essay has been featured on the .