School Programs - D.A.R.E., School Lunch/Recess Pr

DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) 
The D.A.R.E. program is accredited nationally recognized program which teaches fifth grade students the dangers of drug abuse, promotes confidence, and reinforces the importance of making good decisions.

D.A.R.E. students attend 10 weeks of lessons, which are conducted in a classroom setting. The D.A.R.E. course is presented to fifth grade students at St. Eugene's Catholic School and Maple Dale Middle School.

School Lunch/ Recess Program
One recent change is the implementation of the school lunch program. This program allows students who attend the Fox Point elementary schools to interact with officers. Officers come once each month to share lunch and recess time with the students, in an environment where they can develop friendships and interact positively. As a community oriented police agency, Fox Point Police officers strive to become a part of the neighborhood and meeting school children is a part of that experience.

DARE Assembly
DARE Police Officers, Adults, and Children Holding Up a Thank You banner