Copeland students graduate from DARE


Copeland Elementary School students celebrate graduation from Surry County’s D.A.R.E. program. During the 11-week program, fifth-grade students learn the importance of resisting drugs and alcohol. The school extended a special thank you to D.A.R.E. Officer Eric Latza for educating the students on the dangers of drugs and alcohol. The DARE essay winners are Vinnie Mancini, Taylor Haynes and Selena Ruiz-Sias.


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Copeland Elementary School students celebrate graduation from Surry County’s D.A.R.E. program. During the 11-week program, fifth-grade students learn the importance of resisting drugs and alcohol. The school extended a special thank you to D.A.R.E. Officer Eric Latza for educating the students on the dangers of drugs and alcohol. The DARE essay winners are Vinnie Mancini, Taylor Haynes and Selena Ruiz-Sias.

Copeland Elementary School students celebrate graduation from Surry County’s D.A.R.E. program. During the 11-week program, fifth-grade students learn the importance of resisting drugs and alcohol. The school extended a special thank you to D.A.R.E. Officer Eric Latza for educating the students on the dangers of drugs and alcohol. The DARE essay winners are Vinnie Mancini, Taylor Haynes and Selena Ruiz-Sias.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_image2-2-.jpgCopeland Elementary School students celebrate graduation from Surry County’s D.A.R.E. program. During the 11-week program, fifth-grade students learn the importance of resisting drugs and alcohol. The school extended a special thank you to D.A.R.E. Officer Eric Latza for educating the students on the dangers of drugs and alcohol. The DARE essay winners are Vinnie Mancini, Taylor Haynes and Selena Ruiz-Sias. Submitted photo
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