How does a high school senior juggle being student body president, a member of the basketball and swim teams and youth adviser for D.A.R.E. Alaska all the while maintaining a good grade in AP Language Arts? The answer, very carefully.
The best part of his job, says Kenai Police Sgt. Gus Sandahl, is when he has a chance to interact in a positive way with kids.
The Kenai Police Department and the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District have worked cooperatively for the past 14 years to teach fifth-grade students the D.A.R.E. program at Mountain View Elementary School in Kenai. Through hard work and dedication, the school district and police department have graduated well over 2,500 students since the beginning of the D.A.R.E. program in Kenai.
You tell your kids not to talk to strangers on the streets or in the mall, but if you don't know LOL from RAM, how can you be sure they're not talking to strangers online? If you don't know how to check your computer's history or aren't sure if your computer comes with child-monitoring software, protecting your kids in cyberspace is almost impossible.
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