The reception line congratulates Georges H. Primeau student and DARE program graduate Davry Armstrong.
by Lucie Roy
Georges H. Primeau held their Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) Graduation for Grade 6 students Friday. The five classes of students lined up to receive their certificates and to be congratulated by Morinville Community Peace Officer Cody Rossing, Principal Allan Menduk, RCMP Constable Jaimie Short, and teachers Scott Raypold and Stacey Schiller.
Students Mariya Chvojka and Diego Oyarzun were the Master of Ceremonies for the event. Essay presentations were made by Caitlin Mojuly, Sara Hill, Jaiken Ralph, Lilyah Richardson, Diego Oyarzun,and Karmen Lush.
The Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) is a nine-week program teaching students good decision making skills to help them lead safe and healthy lives.
RCMP Cst. Short and Peace officer Rossing with students Autumn McKinnon and Faith Barilla sporting the new D.A.R.E. t-shirts for the occasion. The students were the greeters and handing out programs at the door for the many guests, friends and parents attending the event held in the Primeau school gym.
Diego Oyarzun and Mariya Chvojka were the masters of ceremonies for the DARE graduation ceremony held Friday at the school.