2013/2014 William Day Chapter DAR American History Essay Contest

As part of graduation, all students are required to submit an essay detailing their experiences and what they’ve learned as a result of their DARE education. La Crosse Police Department DARE Officer Kurt Weaver submitted Anika’s essay to the 2014 Wisconsin DARE Essay Contest. Over 70 entries were reviewed by the Board of Directors at the Wisconsin State DARE Conference. Anika’s essay was chosen as a shining example of, “content and personal application of the things learned in DARE.” Her essay has been featured on the .

DAR awards American History Essay Contest

As part of graduation, all students are required to submit an essay detailing their experiences and what they’ve learned as a result of their DARE education. La Crosse Police Department DARE Officer Kurt Weaver submitted Anika’s essay to the 2014 Wisconsin DARE Essay Contest. Over 70 entries were reviewed by the Board of Directors at the Wisconsin State DARE Conference. Anika’s essay was chosen as a shining example of, “content and personal application of the things learned in DARE.” Her essay has been featured on the .


Graduate Wins 2014 Wisconsin DARE Essay Contest - D.A.R.E

Enter a DAR Essay Contest!

RomeovillePolice Officer Mark Przybylski congratulates (left) Hermansen Elementary SchoolD.A.R.E. essay contest winners (from left) Michael Skalas, Anthony Vincens,Lillian Foremen and Lavender George and (right) Beverly Skoff 5thgrade DARE essay contest winners (from left) Connor Lee, Journey Davis, Dale Reeves,Silkya Sepulveda, Sarah Steele, Valeria Garcia.