Splash Gives $2,038 to D.A.R.E

Splash Gives $2,083 to D.A.R.E during the Rippowam Cisqua School Grade five Drug Abuse Resistance Education Graduation.

At the end of the sixteen-week program, a graduation ceremony is held. Since it is important for the whole family to celebrate the child’s accomplishments, graduation takes place at night instead of during the school day, allowing most parents to attend.

At the graduation itself, there are CARE students who speak, and there are also the DARE essay winners who read their pieces. Besides essay winners, there are the Character Awards, where teachers recommend a student who shows a positive attitude and models the behavior of a good DARE student.