CAPP Child Seat Class
Child Safety Seat
Drug Abuse Resistance Education
is an acronym that stands for Drug Abuse Resistance Education. The program is
designed to teach young people the skills needed to recognize and resist the
pressures that influence them to experiment with drugs or violence. Students
also learn about the dangers of tobacco and alcohol, as well as marijuana,
inhalants and other drugs. Students are taught to keep their bodies healthy, how
to control their feelings when angry and when to take or avoid a risk. D.A.R.E.
goes beyond traditional drug abuse and violence prevention programs because it
is taught by police officers in the school. The D.A.R.E. curriculum consists of
10 lessons taught in the fifth grade at the Show Low Intermediate School.
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D.A.R.E. program, go to
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