The year is almost over, along with D.A.R.E. So now we are going to have a D.A.R.E graduation. I have learned a lot with D.A.R.E and I would like to share that with you, but first I am going to tell you what D.A.R.E is about.
D.A.R.E is about kids and adults that do drugs or smoke. D.A.R.E also tells us how bad drugs and smoking really is, and what kind of pressure kids and maybe even adults get put under to do drug’s or smoke. But usually the kids get put under more pressure to do drugs and smoke. D.A.R.E tells us how addicting drug’s and cigarette’s are. But one really good thing that D.A.R.E taught us was how to say no to drugs and smoking!
I know I have already told you somethings I have learned in D.A.R.E, but now I am going to tell you what D.A.R.E stands for, which is Drug Abuse Resistance Education, but most people know it as D.A.R.E. There is also another meaning for D.A.R.E, and that is the Decision Making Model. The Decision Making Model stands for, Define Assess Respond and Evaluate. The decision making model is good for getting through school and maybe even life. So my advice to you is use the Decision Making Model and see how far you can get. The advice I just gave to you isn’t just for you, I’m going to use it too. I am going to use it to achieve all my goals and future plans in my life.
So I Heather pledge to be drug, alcohol and tobacco free. I pledge to make wise decisions through my life and, never make bad decisions even if I get put under a lot of pressure. I will try to do my best to achieve my goals and never let my friends, family or even my teachers down. So again I Heather pledge to be drug, alcohol and tobacco free.