Students D.A.R.E. to say no
From Staff Reports December 7, 2012 3:26PM
Updated: January 11, 2013 6:07AM
On Nov. 13, Saratoga School Co-Principal Joe Zweeres welcomed the many parents and guests to the graduation ceremony and thanked them for their attendance and support of both the graduates and the Morris Police D.A.R.E. Program.
The students participated in the 10-week program that focuses on teaching the students life skills that will help them make positive decisions as they grow up. The program further stress’s how being drug free helps build a foundation for the rest of their lives.
Judge Robert Marsaglia was the speaker. Marsaglia explained the importance of making good decisions.
Each student was required to write an essay on what they learned in D.A.R.E. and why they think it is important to be drug and violence free. Class representatives received a D.A.R.E. sports ball and a D.A.R.E. essay winner medallion.
Recognized were Cody Spiezio, Kayli Biros, Zitlaly Rodriguez and McKenzie Pilch.
Patrol Officers Doris Noll, Scott Ator and Jessica Smith were the instructors.