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D.A.R.E Report (A)
Do you know what D.A.R.E means? Well, it means two different things. The first definition means: Drug, Abuse, Resistance, and Education. And the second meaning means D for Define, A for Assess, R for Respond, and E for Evaluate. These are very important words because they help you make decisions about drugs, tobacco, and alcohol.
What I learned in D.A.R.E was very important. When we were learning about tobacco, I learned that you can get many types of cancer, and it can affect your mouth, throat, and your lungs. If you smoke it can hurt your friends and family because you can give your loved ones the same symptoms as someone who smokes. So now I know that I will never smoke.
Although I’ve written a lot about tobacco, I’ve also learned about the dangers of alcohol and drugs.
I promise to make wise decisions about alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. And a big thanks to P.O. DiRuzza.
Article posted March 24, 2009 at 09:26 AM •
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