PRENTICE — The Prentice Middle School fifth grade class was honored for their completion of the 12 week Drug Abuse Resistance Education program on March 23. D.A.R.E. is an education program that is designed to prevent the onset use of controlled drugs, gang activity and violent behavior in schools and communities.

The program operates in partnership with the Price County Sheriff’s Office and D.A.R.E. coordinator Deputy Laurie Zondlo, who honored the graduates with diplomas and prizes. Zondlo said the work helps youth to recognize their future commitment to stay drug and violence free.

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