Omololu International School holds DARE Graduation

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By anguillian June 29, 2015 08:33 Updated

 

 

DARE Graduating Class

DARE Graduating Class

Students of Grade Five at the Omololu International School today Friday 19th June, graduated from the DARE program.
In her opening remarks for the five students that graduated, Chairlady Augustina Carbon, one of the DARE presenters indicted that the program over the past ten (10) weeks would have exposed the students to many topics such as the Decision Making Model, Peer Pressure, Saying No, The Dangers and Harmful Effects of Drugs, Anger Management and Basic Life skills.

Students from the graduating class were awarded for their outstanding performance. Two were awarded first and second place for their productions in the poster competition and two were awarded for their renditions in the report competition.
In the poster segment Peter Webster Wiggins was awarded first place with Rhonica Connor placing second. Rhonica Connor also placed first in the report writing competition followed by Natalya Welcome in second position.
During the ceremony seven (7) students from the graduating class and grade six presented a play entitled, “Cool Down” which depicts the behavior of an angry, disruptive and bullying student at home as well as in school. The play demonstrates the important role the Decision Making Model can have on the lives of those who understand and apply it.
Present during the ceremony were parents of students of the graduating class.
The DARE program has been presented for the past 8 years to the Secondary and Primary Schools in Anguilla as well as the Omololu International School by PC Shawn Lake and WPC Augustina Carbon with the recent additional of PC Kerry Sylvester.

– Press Release

(Published without editing by The Anguillian newspaper.)

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By anguillian June 29, 2015 08:33 Updated

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