Salem School D.A.R.E graduation coverage

Salem School held its D.A.R.E. graduation Friday.

D.A.R.E stands for drug abuse resistance education. The program, lead by sheriff’s Deputy Raymond Rowe, teaches fifth graders the dangers of using alcohol and drugs and a lot of other lessons along the way such as respect for parents and building good character.

With 110 graduates, the Salem program is the largest single D.A.R.E. graduation in Western Kenosha County.

The program included songs, speeches from school administrators, Rowe and Sheriff David Beth.

A highlight was the reading of the winning essays. This years essay winners at Salem were Kaila Beamier, Tori Goldsworthy, Brian Kerschke and Ricky Waiting.

Here are some video highlights of the students essays:

Here are the names of all of the 2011 Salem School D.A.R.E. graduates.


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