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Lee County's Drug and Anger Management for Elementary Students


The Lee County Sheriff's "DANGER" Program is a cooperative program between the Sheriff's Office and the Lee County School Board.  It is designed to educate elementary age students of the dangers of both drug abuse and "angry actions".  The program consists of ten lessons including information about drug abuse and addiction, anger management, conflict resolution and becoming productive citizens.


This program replaces D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education).  During the school board meeting when the new program was implemented Sheriff Parsons was quoted as saying D.A.R.E. no longer met the needs of Lee County.  Being unable to update the lesson plans due to strict guidelines, caused us to look into a program that we feel suits our locality.  As the problems of the county changes, the new program will enable us to direct our attention to "matters at hand".  The D.A.R.E. Program served us well, but our hopes are that the new program will help the students even more.  Lee County D.A.N.G.E.R. program lessons included: PEER PRESURE, INTERNET SAFETY, DECISION MAKING, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, CRIMINAL ACTIVITY, DRUG, ALCOHOL, AND TOBACCO PREVENTION. The program will be conducted for 5th grade students in all Lee County Schools. Email Lee County Sheriff's Office by filling out the form below.

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