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Fall 2018 D.A.R.E. Graduations

 

 

FALL 2018 D.A.R.E. GRADUATIONS

 

The Jeff Davis Parish Sheriff’s Office (JDPSO) held the 2018 fall session D.A.R.E. graduations for fifth grade students of Lacassine Elementary School (LES), Welsh Elementary School (WES), Our Lady Immaculate (OLI), Fenton Elementary School (FES) and Elton Elementary School (EES).

Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) is an international substance abuse prevention program designed to deter the use of controlled drugs, gang membership and activity and violent behavior. D.A.R.E. is a police officer led series of classroom lessons, providing young people the opportunity to see officers in a helping role, rather than just an enforcement role. It also humanizes police, allowing young people to relate to officers as people, while also opening lines of communication between law enforcement and youth.

The 10-week, interactive in-school curriculum, “Keepin’ it Real,” also teaches students how to develope basic skills needed for safe and responsible life choices, being healthy, resisting negative peer pressure, staying bully free and avoiding violence.

LHS D.A.R.E. Graduation

The LHS D.A.R.E. Graduation ceremony began with the D.A.R.E. song as students filled the John Juneau Gymnasium. Mistress and Master of Ceremony Mandee Matt and Luke Natali led the event, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance by Layne Bergeaux, Caitlin McKay, Layla Mayo and Holly Chaisson and the prayer by Cassie Breaux and Josie Bruchhaus.

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LHS Principal Christina Fontenot addresses the fifth grade D.A.R.E. graduates.

LHS Role Models Natalie Clemmons, Lexee Leger, Bryley Murray and Zoe Waguespack were recognized before Londyn Gaspard delivered the D.A.R.E. Mission and Kaylee Fontenot delivered the D.A.R.E. Vision. The History of D.A.R.E. was presented by Alivia Singletary, Isabella Ardoin, Rylee Gardiner and Emma Hargrave.

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Miguez (right) announcing Mandee Matt (left) as the overall school essay winner.

JDPSO Deputy Mika Miguez, with assistance from fifth grade teachers LaDonna Singletary and Lindsey Kinney, presented the D.A.R.E. graduation certificates before Miguez announced Rylee Gardiner, Kaylee Fontenot, Alivia Singletary and Cassiday Breaux as the classroom essay winners and Mandee Matt as the overall school essay winner.

The LES fifth grade D.A.R.E. graduates for the 2018 fall class included the following students:

Isabella Ardoin, Lex Ashford, Cassiday Breaux, Holly Chaisson, Quinton Cross, Andre Elliot, Adrian Faul, Autumn Fontenot, Rylee Gardiner, Londyn Gaspard, Heath Hardesty, Emma Hargrave, Gabriel Hollan, Terrell Jefferson, David Kramer, Issiah LeDay, Alex Louviere, Benjamin Manuel, Kennon Martin, Liem Meyer, Kyler Mixon, Luke Natali, TJ Reinsch, Tristan Stallion, Adrian Vincent, Keilee Allen, Cash Ardoin, Layne Bergeaux, Josie Bruchhaus, Hayden Clark, Kason Corbello, Trevor Doti, Marcus Esqueda, Kaylee Fontenot, Scott Foreman, Konnor Granger, Claire Gross, Gaige Guidry, Kaden Heff, Joshua Hornsby, Elyse Jones, Alex Lavergne, Mandee Matt, Layla Mayo, Caitlin McKay, Luke Mier, Emma Miller, Peyton Miller, Alivia Singletary, Hunter Vincent, Timothy Williams and James Witherwax.

 

WES D.A.R.E. Graduation

The WES D.A.R.E. Graduation ceremony began with the D.A.R.E. song, followed by an introduction by Mistress and Master of Ceremony Morgan Pole and Jordan Andrepont who led the event. The Pledge of Allegiance was then delivered by Rowyn Thomas and Bhreten Chaisson, followed by the prayer by Emily Davidson.

Welsh High School (WES) students Brilee Cox, Jadalen Edwards, Whitney Edwards, Hailey Holden, Kennedy Mallet and Ryland Pitre were recognized as the WES Role Models before Molly Fear delivered the D.A.R.E. Mission and Nicholas Cole delivered the D.A.R.E. Vision. The History of D.A.R.E. was presented by Baylor Cormier, Jack Arceneaux, Emma Chiasson and Sarah Achan.

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JDSO Deputy Mika Miguez, with assistance from fifth grade teachers Lana Ardoin, Misty Stantz and Jenny McNabb, presented the D.A.R.E. graduation certificates before announcing Molly Fear, Emma Chiasson and Morgan Pole as the classroom essay winners and Emily Davidson as the overall school essay winner.

Pictured above: Miguez (left) is pictured here with WES overall school essay winner Emily Davison (right).

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The WES fifth grade D.A.R.E. graduates for the fall 2018 class were Owen Broussard, Davian Brown, Emma Chiasson, Nicholas Cole, Baylor Cormier, Katelyn Cormier, Hunter Daley, Gus Doise, Kailon Ethridge, Addison Fontenot, Dai’Myiah Guidry, Noah LeJeune, A’Jaidyn Livingston, Cassidy McClelland, Sadie Meyer, Avery Miller, Michael Morrison, Chris Palomares, Maleah Rodriguez, Kenzie Rougeau, Sebastian Sheppard, Logan Terry, Dreylon Thomas, Devyn Trahan, Jayden Turnley, Kailey Abshire, Jake Arceneaux, Makayla Authement, Brad Bertrand, Mya Blanchard, Paul Allen Conner, Destiny Cormier, Grant Daniel, Grace Freeland, Kortney Granger, Savion Guillory, Griffin Hebert, Linsey Hughes, Trey Johnson, Ryley Lemke, Camryn Lewis, Wyatt Linscombe, Caden Mallet, Brayden Morrison, Morgan Pole, Gracie Savoie, Kaiden Snell, Rowyn Thomas, Kaden Touchet, Nathan Toye, Sarah Achan, Jordan Andrepont, Jayla Barker, Aubree Benoit, Dominic Broussard, Jaylee Broussard, Bhreten Chiasson, Emily Davidson, Hayden Dennis, Adrienne Devillier, Xavier Duplantis, Molly Fear, Markenzie Grayson, Keegan Grimes, Gracelynn Guillory, Corynn Hebert, Laurrelai Johosky, Madison Manuel, Akirrane Nixon, Darien Pugh, Ashlee Richard, Pierre Thomas, Isaiah Trahan and Ramsey Vanicor.

 

OLI D.A.R.E. Graduation

The OLI D.A.R.E. Graduation ceremony began with an introduction by Mistress and Master of Ceremony Claire Mouton and Colson Mack, who led the event. The Pledge of Allegiance was then delivered by Madison Lavergne and Ben Soileau, followed by the prayer by Noa Headington, Greta Oustalet and Quade Trahan. OLI sixth grade student Gina McMillan sung the National Anthem.

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Above: Deputy Richard looks on as OLI fifth graders Kenzie Marshall, Kennedy Myers, Alice-Ann Dorr and Kullin Miller read the History of D.A.R.E.

OLI Role Models were Jennings High School (JHS) students Katie Babineaux, Sydnee Bown, Madeline Futch, Keelen McZeal, Caroline Vanhook and Trey Williams. They were recognized before Kobe Ardoin delivered the D.A.R.E. Mission and Adeline Oustalet delivered the D.A.R.E. Vision. The History of D.A.R.E. was presented by Kenzie Marshall, Kennedy Myers, Alice-Ann Dorr and Kullen Miller.

JDPSO Deputy Gale Richard, with assistance from OLI fifth grade teacher Cris Reed, presented the D.A.R.E. graduation certificates before announcing Kenzie Marshall and Alice-Ann Dorr as the classroom essay winners and Koby Ardoin as the overall school essay winner.

Right: Richard is pictured here (left)with overall OLI school essay winner Koby Ardoin (right).

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The OLI fifth grade D.A.R.E. graduates for the fall 2018 class included the following students: Koby Ardoin, Olivia Davis, Alice-Ann Dorr, Noa Headington, Madison Lavergne, Colson Mack, Kenzie Marshall, Kullen Miller, Claire Mouton, Kennedy Myers, Adeline Oustalet, Greta Oustalet, Kaitlyn Reber, Ben Souileau, Stephen “Quade” Trahan and Ava Yates.

Closing prayer was delivered by Olivia Davis, Kaitlyn Reber and Ava Yates.

 

FES D.A.R.E. Graduation

The FES D.A.R.E. Graduation was led by Mistress and Master of Ceremony Alicya Thomas and Jace Savage, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance by Tiffany Alfred, Austin Fontenot and Kile Duncan and the prayer by Jamya Alfred, Erica Eason and MaKaylin Jackson.

Lacassine High School (LHS) students, Caitlin Moreau, Ashanti McMahon, Jhalissia McMahon and Samantha May, were recognized as the FES Role Models, before Shy’Heef Willis delivered the D.A.R.E. Mission, and Shyra McMahon delivered the D.A.R.E. Vision. The History of D.A.R.E. was presented by Tyra McMahon, Cassidy McCelland, Corey Stewart and Hunter Bertrand.

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Above: FES fifth graders Tyra McMahon, Cassidy McCelland, Corey Stewart and Hunter Bertrand read the History of D.A.R.E.

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JDSO Deputy Gale Richard, with assistance from fifth grade teacher Brittany LeBlanc, presented the D.A.R.E. graduation certificates before announcing Jamya Alfred and Alicya Thomas as the classroom essay winners and Erica Eason as the overall school essay winner.

Left: Richard (left) is pictured here with overall FES school essay winner Erica Eason.

 

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The FES fifth grade D.A.R.E. graduates for the fall 2018 class included the following students: Jamya Alfred, Tiffany Alfred, Tionna Arp, Hunter Bertrand, Kile Duncan, Erica Eason, Austin Fontenot, Makaylin Jackson, Cassidy McCelland, Shyra McMahon, Tyra McMahon, Jace Savage, Corey Stewart, Alicya Thomas and ShyHeef Willis.

 

EES D.A.R.E. Graduation

The EES D.A.R.E. Graduation ceremony was held in the school gymnasium and was led by Mistress and Master of Ceremony Alana Actlis and Keilan Crosby, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance by Derrian Boling and Jeremiah Hebert and the opening prayer by Isabel Carbalan.

Elton High School (EHS) students Alexander LeGros, Caroline Doise, Amiya Ross and Gabrielle Robinson were recognized as D.A.R.E. Role Models, before Ramsey Bruchhaus delivered the D.A.R.E. Mission, and Hayden Leonard delivered the D.A.R.E. Vision. The History of D.A.R.E. was presented by Jazelle Simon, Katie Manuel, Madelyn Fontenot and Quentin Martin.

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Above: EES D.A.R.E. Role Models pictured here (from left to right) are Gabrielle Robinson, Alexander LeGross, Caroline Doise and Amiya Ross.

Classroom essay winners were Keilon Crosby, Alana Actlis, Kaley LeMoine and Jaylin Thomas, and the overall school winner was Isabel Carbalan.

JDSO Deputy Mika Miguez, with assistance from fifth grade teachers Janet Richard and Carman Olivier, presented the D.A.R.E. graduation certificates.

 

Right: Isabel Carbalan was announced as the overall school essay winner for EES.

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The EES fifth grade D.A.R.E. graduates for the fall 2018 class included the following students: Alana Actlis, Olivia Arceneaux, Brianna Bazinet, Isabel Carbalan, Keilan Crosby, Jeremiah Fontenot, Emerald Hebert, Jeremiah Hebert, Kortlyn Hebert, Hayden Leonard, Miah Marcantel, Quentin Martin, Derek Ross, Carrie Roy, Ayden Shuff, Dylan Bazinet, Derrian Boling, Ramsey Bruchhaus, Baileigh Carter, Madelyn Fontenot, Tori Gaspard, Kye-Lee Hawthorne, Jamyra James, Alexus Lavergne, Kaley LeMoine, Trenton Leonard, Katie Manuel, Jaczyn Martinez, Jazelle Simon, Jaylin Thomas and Samuel Uresti.

 

JDPSO hosts D.A.R.E. Role Model Luncheon

As the 2018 D.A.R.E. fall graduation ceremonies came to an end, Sheriff Ivy Woods concluded the year by hosting an honorary luncheon for the parish Role Models for the fall season. The fall 2018 Role Models included students from Lacassine High School (LES) for Lacassine Elementary School (LES) and Fenton Elementary School (FES) fifth graders, Welsh High School (WHS) for Welsh Elementary School (WES) fifth graders, Jennings High School (JHS) for Our Lady Immaculate (OLI) fifth graders and Elton High School (EHS) for Elton Elementary School (EES) fifth graders.

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Role Models who attended this year’s honorary luncheon are pictured here (in no particular order) with JDPSO D.A.R.E. Officers Mika Miguez and Gale Richard. They include LHS students Natalie Clemmons, Lexee Leger, Bryley Murray, Zoe Waguespack, Samantha May, Ashanti McMahon, Jhalissia McMahon and Caitlin Moreau; WHS students Jadalen Edwards, Whitey Edwards, Hailey Holden and Kennedy Mallett; JHS students Katie Babineaux, Syndee Brown, Madeline “Maddie” Futch, Keelen McZeal, Caroline VanHook and Trey Williams; and EHS students Alexander “Alex” Legros, Caroline Doise, Amiya Ross and Gabrielle Robinson.

Not in attendance are WHS Role Models Brilee Cox and Ryland Pitre.

Not pictured, but also present, was JDPSO School Resource Officer (SRO) Tiffany Bertrand.


Spring 2018 D.A.R.E. Graduations

 

Spring 2018 D.A.R.E. Graduation

 

The Jefferson Davis Parish Sheriff’s Office held the spring D.A.R.E. Graduations for fifth grade students of Bethel Christian School (BCS) and Hathaway High School (HHS) and the sixth grade students of Lake Arthur Elementary School (LAES) and Jennings Elementary School (JES) from May 7-9.

Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) is an international substance abuse prevention education program, founded in Los Angeles in 1983 as a drug control strategy of the American war on drugs. The program teaches students life skills on how to resist and prevent the use of drugs, bullying, violent or gang activity and behavior, as well as how to address a variety of issues many teens face today. Students who participate in the ten-week program pledge not to use drugs or join gangs and are taught the dangers of recreational drug use in an interactive in-school curriculum. The D.A.R.E. Program is taught by police officers in a series of lessons, allowing young people to relate to officers as people, opens lines of communication and also to see officers in a helping role, not just an enforcement roll.

The Jefferson Davis Parish Sheriff’s Office strongly supports our parish youth and believes in introducing positive decision making skills at an early age.

 

Lake Arthur Elementary School D.A.R.E. Graduation

The LAES D.A.R.E. Graduation ceremony was held on May 7, at the LAES gymnasium and led by D.A.R.E. instructor Deputy Gale Richard. The ceremony was supported by members of the graduating class, including Mistress and Master of Ceremonies, Vivian Sketoe and Gavin Adams; Claire Conner, Kaylon LaComb and Danielle Holman, who lead the Pledge of Allegiance; Avery Marcantel, Mallory Guidry and Niyah Achane, who lead the ceremony in prayer; Hallie Leger, who delivered the D.A.R.E. Mission; Madison Landry, who delivered the D.A.R.E. Vision and Madison Bihm, Alyssa Martin, Mia Broussard and Harlie Heinen, who recited the history of D.A.R.E.

Lake Arthur High School (LAHS) Role Models Morgan Fontenot, Kayleigh Broussard, Cortrevan Matthews and Christian Trahan were also recognized and presented with certificates by the elementary students.

Deputy Richard announced the classroom essay winners as Mia Broussard, Avery Marcantel and Hannah Primeaux, with Marcantel as the overall school winner.

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LAES sixth graders attend the Spring 2018 D.A.R.E. Graduation ceremony.

Sixth grade teachers Penny Leger, Rhonda Campbell and Lindsey Sittig announced the following graduates as they were presented certificates of completion: Madison Bihm, Jenna Broussard, Mia Broussard, Mariah Conner, Dasia Davis, Roger Davis, Taylor Derise, Alizay Fontenot, Gabriel Gaspard, Danielle Holman, Marlena Istre, Kaylon LaComb, Brooklyn Lopez, Montrell Manuel, Alyssa Martin, Ma’Leeyah Mercer, Landan Perry, Nathan Pond, Jayce Tilliman, Gavin Adams, Lily Beyeaux, Gabriel Chaisson, Remington Chaisson, Samantha Dupras, Alyssa Feverjean, Jaded Fontenot, Kinsley Hanks, Harlie Heinen, Madison Landry, Hallie Leger, Derek Levi, Avery Marcantel, Elijah Moore, Keylen Myers, Destiny Price, Alizah Rogers, Colby Sonnier, Philip Trahan, Makayla Turner, Lana Abshire, Niyah Achane, Claire Conner, Marcus Conner, Kadien Crochet, Courtland Deville, Mallory Guidry, Kendalyn Huntsberry, Trinity Hutchinson, Leigh Johnson, Brian Jones, Hayden LaBauve, Maddix LeJeune, Alaya Miller, Bryson Miller, Hannah Primeaux, Aiden Ramour, Vivian Sketoe and Sidney Theriot.

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LAES sixth graders proudly display their D.A.R.E. Graduation Certificates of Completion.

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Pictured here with Sheriff Ivy Woods (back row) are (front row, from left to right) D.A.R.E Instructor Gale Richard, overall school essay winner Avery Marcantel, D.A.R.E. Instructor Mika Miguez, LAES Principal Donna Woods and Lake Arthur Mayor Sherry Crochet.

 

Bethel Christian School D.A.R.E. Graduation

The BCS D.A.R.E Graduation ceremony was held on May 8, in the BCS Sanctuary. The ceremony was led by D.A.R.E. instructor Deputy Mika Miguez and supported by members of the graduating class, including Mistress and Master of Ceremonies, May Hofmann and Isaac LeJeune; Kagen Verret, Jaxon John, Jase Simon, Jayden Stockwell, Andy Lu and Baylor Griffith, who lead the Pledge of Allegiance; Faith Dugas and Cullen LeCompte, who lead the ceremony in prayer; Miller Hicks, who delivered the D.A.R.E. Mission; Tannum Bonin, who delivered the D.A.R.E. Vision and Noah Myers, Brynlee Knuckles, Jayden Benoit and Kalen Thibodeaux who recited the history of D.A.R.E.

BCS Role Models Lance Benoit, Brock Benoit and Ethan Reed were also recognized and presented with certificates by the graduating class.


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BCS fifth grade students participate in D.A.R.E. Graduation Ceremony.

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The 2018 BCS fifth grade D.A.R.E. Graduation Class.

Deputy Miguez announced the classroom essay winners as Tannum Bonin, Mae Hofmann and Andy Lu, with Hofmann as the overall school winner, as well as the planner winner as Andy Lu.

Fifth grade teacher Karah Daigle then announced the following graduates, who received certificates of completion: Jayden Benoit, Tannum Bonin, Mason Deville, Faith Dugas, Baylor Griffith, Miller Hicks, Mae Hofmann, Jaxon John Brynlee Knuckles, Cullen LeCompte, Isaac LeJeune, Andy Lu, Noah Myers, Jase Simon, Jayden Stockwell, Kalen Thibodeaux and Kagen Verret.

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Dy. Gale Richard presents the prize to overall school essay winner Mae Hofmann. Also pictured are classroom essay winners Tannum Bonin and Andy Lu.



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Pictured here on the back row (from left to right) are Dy. Mika Miguez, Sheriff Ivy Woods, BCS Role Models Ethan Reed, Brock Benoit and Lance Benoit. Pictured on the front row (from left to right) are Classroom essay winners Andy Lu, May Hofmann (overall school winner) and Tannum Bonin.

 

Hathaway Elementary School D.A.R.E. Graduation

The HHS D.A.R.E. Graduation was held in the Charles M. Groth Gym on May 9. The ceremony, led by D.A.R.E. instructor Deputy Gale Richard, was supported by members of the graduating class, including Mistress and Master of Ceremonies Gracee Lavergne and Andrew Nguyen; Natalie Adickes and Samuel Janise, who lead the Pledge of Allegiance; Liam Robertson and Adelynn Sonnier, who lead the ceremony in prayer; Ryleigh Leger, who delivered the D.A.R.E. Mission; Michael Bagwell, who delivered the D.A.R.E. Vision and Reagan Hebert, Tanner Hayes, Marissa Guidry and Hudson Carter, who recited the history of D.A.R.E.


HHS DARE graduating class BLOG.jpgHathaway Elementary School fifth grade students attend the 2018 D.A.R.E. Graduating Class.

HHS Role Models Brooklyn Mouton, Katelynn Rasberry, Hayden Duhon and Baylie Breaux were also recognized and presented the certificates from the graduating class.

Deputy Richard announced classroom essay winners as Naveah Cormier and Andrew Nguyen, with Nguyen as the overall school winner, before fifth grade teachers Leigh Gidlow and Lisa Semmes announced the graduates

The following students received certificates of completion: Brooklyn Atteberry, Michael Bagwell, Payton Beard, Hudson Carter, Lauryn Clement, Brody Estes, Colin Fontenot, Brayden Gaskin, Marissa Guidry, Gracee Lavergne, Nyla LeBlanc, Alicia Miller, Brennen Monceaux, Ethan Navarre, Andrew Nguyen, Cameron Plauche, Liam Robertson, Nataliyah Sanchez, Adelynn Sonnier, Ambria Tall, Jayden Timpa, Hunter Trahan, Natalie Adickes, Hunter Broussard, Nevaeh Cormier, Aiden Fontenot, Taylor Fuselier, Tanner Hayes, Reagan Hebert, Amyah Hines, Samuel Janise, Rayden Kastrick, Tyler Lavergne, Ryleigh Leger, Elina LeJeune, Meya Mott, Hudson Murray, Caleb Neal, Gracie Rabalais, Thomas Romero, Nevaeh Spell, Brody Trahan and Raelynn Wood.

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Sheriff Ivy Woods with overall school essay winner Andrew Nguyen.

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Mistress and Master of Ceremonies Gracee Lavergne and Andrew Nguyen.

 

Jennings Elementary School D.A.R.E. Graduation

The JES D.A.R.E. Graduation was held on May 9, at the JES auditorium. The ceremony, led by D.A.R.E. instructor Deputy Mika Miguez, was supported by members of the graduating class, including Mistress and Master of Ceremonies Emma Watson and Dane Sonnier; Dwayne Moore and Celeste Robin, who lead the Pledge of Allegiance; Kaleb Touchet, who lead the ceremony in prayer; Jasmine Bailey, who delivered the D.A.R.E. Mission; Patrick Abraham, who delivered the D.A.R.E. Vision and Serenity Greis, Cameron Anderson, Alesia Washington and Tyler Daigle, who recited the history of D.A.R.E. Jennings High School Role Models Keynan Charles, Brooke Hopkins, Sha’Davia Capdeville, Keelen McZeal, Summer Benoit and Maitlan LeBlanc were also recognized and presented with certificates by the JES students.

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Jennings Elementary School sixth graders attend the Spring 2018 D.A.R.E. Graduation Ceremony.

Deputy Miguez announced the classroom essay winners as Dwayne Moore, Donovan Roy, Alyssa Kerley, Dane Sonnier, Joseph Emilien, Alaria Washington and Alissa Daigle, with Daigle as the overall school winner. She also announced the planner winners as Eliza Person, Serenity Greis, Dane Sonnier, Tova Husers and Alaria Washington.

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JES D.A.R.E. Classroom Essay Winners were Dwayne Moore, Donovan Roy, Alyssa Kerley, Dane Sonnier, Joseph Emilien, Alaria Washington and Alissa Daigle.

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Jennings High School Role Models are pictured here (back row, from left to right) Sha’Davia Capdeville, Keynan Charles, Summer Benoit, Brooke Hopkins, Keelen McZeal and Maitlan LeBlanc with D.A.R.E. Instructor Mika Miguez and Overall School Essay Winner Alissa Daigle (front).

Sixth grade teachers Alice Boutte, Paige Cassidy, Olivia Hollier and Crystal Benoit, then announced the graduates, and the following students were presented certificates of completion: Cameron Anderson, Cuylin Ardoin, Klynn Boudreaux, Karmen Bradley, Landon Broussard, Chellena Bryant, Wyatt Cole, Acen Crader, Clifton Deshazo, Zanarionne Douglas, Artavien Hawkins, Cheyenne LeLeaux, Marlin Lyons, Layla McFarlin, Dwayne Moore, Eliza Person, Jacale Pete, Andrew Richard, Donovan Roy, Jubilee Simon, Azire Simon, Laila Spell, Alyssa Trahan, Amyria Turner, Alesia Washington, Kandis Willridge, Patrick Abraham, Jasmine Bailey, Charlaija Barker, Mallorie Canady, Tyler Daigle, Aalayna Edwards, Joseph Emilien, Amare Fontenot, Brennan Fontenot, Neveah Gay, Ayden Guillory, Madison Guinn, Jayden Hargrave, Tova Husers, Jacquelyn Jones, Kaiden Kessinger, Emma LeCompte, Joshua LeJeune, Daivanie Lyons, Tristan Maynard, Ty’Zavien Palfrey, La Nia Rubin, Aidan Savant, Rachel Thibodeaux, Emma Watson, Nia Young, Roari Atkins, Sarah Benoit, Braxton Broussard, Jude Busby, Alana Cartwright, Karshaun Cole, Phoebe Daigle, Leslie Etienne, Zadyn Etienne, Brynn Fullilove, Serenity Greis, Deshaun Harris, Julian Herrera, Jace Karam, Alyssa Kerley, Shannon Levi, Bryniah Maxile, Tristan Myers, Molly Richard, Celeste Robin, Joey Seagraves, Austin Sims, Isyhis Sonnier, Cassidy Thompson, Kaleb Touchet, Morgan Ardoin, Avery Breaux, Niyah Breaux, Cloe Conner, Renmani Etienne, Warren Guidry, Riley Guillotte, Jewel Jones, Abbygail Landry, Megan LeGros, Amani Lennette, Ethan Lopez, Amiiryk Lyons, Chris Matthews, Andrew McGregor, Monyka Meas, Burk Mouton, Abby Ortego, Caleb Savoy, Martrecia Sinegal, Matthew Sonnier, Grant Trahan, Dazie Tupper, Kadence Tupper, Logan Walker, Rolonni White, Zmyri Adams, Taylor Babineaux, Carson Barr, Brianna Brown, Kamiron Chaisson, Avery Chaisson, Aubrey Chretien, Alissa Daigle, Kendall Dauphinet, Marli Duhon, Derian Edwards, Emmy Edwards, Evin Edwards, Brylun Fontenot, Sterling Guillory, Brenden Hebert, Derrick Jackson, Ayriahnna Keiser, Austin LaBauve, T’Kevien Levi, Kenadie Lopez, Elysia Louis, Kaden Mascorro, Layla Olivier, Aimee Richard, Dominan’te Sinegal and Alaria Washington.

 

CONGRATULATIONS D.A.R.E. GRADUATES!

 


 
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