Pelham Police Sergeant Hendrie starts DARE classes to teach fifth graders to resist drugs

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Pelham Police Sergeant Hendrie starts DARE classes to teach fifth graders to resist drugs

Pelham Police Sergeant Brian Hendrie teaches during 2014.

Pelham Police Sergeant Brian Hendrie teaches during 2014.

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Pelham Police Sergeant Brian Hendrie teaches during 2014.

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Pelham Police Sergeant Brian Hendrie teaches during 2014.

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5TH GRADE CLASSROOMS — Pelham Police Sergeant Brian Hendrie has started talking to the fifth grade classes about drug abuse resistance education, or DARE. In this program, kids learn how to live drug-free and violence-free lives.

According to the DARE website, the program started in Los Angeles in 1983. Some police stations that do DARE are Pelham, Pelham Manor and the Illinois State Police.

“It’s really fun,” said Eloise McGibbon. “I think my favorite part is the stories Officer Hendrie tells us about himself and the police station.”

“I kind of do (like it) because it educates us not to do drugs or smoke,” said Alex Dolen. “I think the information is good because it helps us understand about bad things.”

“I like DARE a lot,” said Ella Klossner. “It’s fun to learn about what is bad about drugs and all that bad stuff. Officer Hendrie makes learning simple. He also teaches to make learning simple.”

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  1. Lucy Cole on March 20th, 2019 12:04 PM

    so good I love it

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