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I am choosing to never take drugs because I learned that drugs can ruin your life. I learned this from my D.A.R.E officer who came to teach us at my school. Officer Santagata taught us that drugs including alcohol and tobacco can harm our bodies and cause lasting damage. I also learned that once you try one of these substances they can be very addictive and then it is very hard to stop using them. I never want to try these things for this reason. I also now know the consequences that can happen. I learned that some consequences are memory loss, slow reflexes and loss of self-control. Also that alcohol goes directly into the bloodstream and can damage every organ of your body. The worst outcome could be a coma and even death. I also have learned that it is important to stand up to bullying. By responsibly reporting any bulling I see to a trusted adult or guardian

D.A.R.E. Report

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we can stop it before someone gets hurt. The 5 W’s of reporting bulling are ; Who, What, When, Where and Why. I think people bully other people because they have problems of their own and take their anger out on someone else. By reporting the bullying to an adult, they can hopefully get the bully some counseling or help.Then hopefully the bullying will stop and we can prevent more bullying by being aware. I hope someday there won’t be any more bullying.

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