On November 7, 2017 our Fifth Graders graduated from the DARE Hawaii program. DARE Hawaii conducts classes annually to elementary, middle, and high school students, with the purpose of teaching our keiki to make safe and responsible decisions to resist alcohol, drugs, tobacco, violence, and other risky situations to lead a safe and healthy life. The program gets young people to relate to law enforcement as people of the community in a helping role by opening the lines of communication between law enforcement and the youth. DARE Hawaii is committed to providing information beyond drug related topics while creating an open dialogue between the schools, police, and parents to deal with other issues. DARE Hawaii is committed to teaching our keiki of Hawaii to be respectable and responsible citizens.