30th Anniversary Annual Sedalia DARE Fundraising Car Show
April 3rd, 2021 10am - 2pm
RAIN or SHINE - 2nd and Osage Across from Sedalia Muni Building
$5.00 Registration Fee per display
First 100 entries receive dash plaque
Vote for your favorite car. Penny a vote.
Pie Auction at 1pm
Trophies for Top 45 participants and Top 5 Motorcycles
Mayor's Choice Award
Questions? Contact Bob Hiller 660-620-0241 Maybelle 680-826-9166 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
2021 D.A.R.E. Officer Training – Sept 12-24, 2021
Visit the Missouri Police Chiefs Association website
for more details and registration form.
Deadline extended to March 31st, 2021.
MDOA Challenge Coin submissions are due on or before March 31st, 2021. Please download and share the below form with your students. Email submissions to email@example.com
We want to hear from you! Who stood out this past year? Who went above and beyond? Who represents Missouri DARE and deserves the spotlight at this years conference? Email your nominations by May 1st, 2021.
D.A.R.E.’s curricula are effective, impactful, and developmentally age-specific for all grades, preK-2, 3rd and 4th grade, Elementary, Middle, and High School, and include supplemental enhancement lessons (prescription and over-the-counter drug abuse, internet safety, bullying and role models).
The key to effective delivery of school-based, curriculum-driven prevention programming is a comprehensive “system” dedicated to training those who will deliver the curricula.
Only officers who are carefully vetted by leadership in their community law enforcement agencies are sent to DOTs. They are further vetted by the mentors responsible for training new D.A.R.E. officers. Then, D.A.R.E. officers undergo a rigorous 80-hour training course conducted by mentors with a significant number of years of classroom experience as well as university-level educators in Colleges of Education.
When classroom teachers deliver a prevention curriculum, parents and others in the community think of them as “teachers” of a certain grade, or “teachers” of a certain topic, not as teachers of “prevention.” However, parents, school administrators, teachers, and members of the general community think of law enforcement officers as THE D.A.R.E. Officer who teaches drug prevention. The most common comment from parents received by researchers is: “The D.A.R.E. officer was always at our family dinner table on the days he/she was in our child’s classroom/school.”
Only the cost of a student’s D.A.R.E. workbook/planner, $1.29 per child. For a new or returning D.A.R.E. placement, student workbooks and instructors instructional materials are provided free by D.A.R.E. America in the first year.
Police officers receive training at a two week D.A.R.E. Officer Training course. The Missouri Police Chiefs Association takes pride in hosting an annual training each September and draws officers from all over the country. Training is typically free from grants and donations. See the MOPCA training calendar.
We appreciate your commitment to our officers and their students.