P.R.I.D.E. Program

Officer Letta and I took the kids on many adventures this summer during the 2 week P.R.I.D.E. (Police Reinforcing Important Decisions and Education) Camp. We visited Nick-a-Jack Farms, North Industry Sportsman Club, Cuyahoga Scenic Railroad, Stark County Humane Society and Clearwater Swim Park. We also did some community service projects for Habitat for Humanity and Perry Helping Perry. Students were challenged with many team building activities such as games and a skit. 13 of the kids went home with a Echo Dot. A huge thank you goes out to the Perry Township Police Department and all the local businesses that contributed to this program; IT COULD NOT HAVE BEEN POSSIBLE WITHOUT YOU!



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P.R.I.D.E. (Police Reinforcing Important Decisions and Education) Camp was a huge success this summer. This 2 week program is designed to incorporate a fun learning environment while building social and leadership skills. The 40 students were chosen from the 6th Grade D.A.R.E. program. They were chosen for their excellent class participation, positive attitudes and overall good behavior. D.A.R.E. Officer Blanc and SRO Letta took the kids on several day trips including Skymax, Clearwater Swim Park, North Industry Sportsman Club, Cuyahoga Scenic Valley Railroad, and Fannie May Chocolate Factory. Students were encouraged to perform their best in each of the team building activities to earn points. They had several chances to win points for their teams during those competitions and a team skit to perform. As one of the activities to give back to the community we were able to collect 4,792 canned food goods. Those canned goods went to the Perry Helping Perry Food Bank. The 14 students on the winning team were awarded a GOOGLE CHROMEBOOK! A huge THANK YOU goes out to the Perry Township Police Department and all the local businesses that contributed to this program; it could not have been possible without you!


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  D.A.R.E. Officer Blanc and Officer Barrett took the kids on several day trips including Skymax, Akron Rubber Ducks, The U.S. Air Force Base and North Industry Sportsman Club. Students participated in several team building activities. As one of the activities to give back to the community we were able to collect over 1400 canned food goods. Those canned goods went to the Perry Helping Perry food bank.  The 14 students on the winning team were awarded a GOOGLE CHROMEBOOK! A huge thank you goes out to the Perry Township Police Department and all the local businesses that contributed to this program; it could not have been possible without you!
 



Perry Police Leadership Camp 2015

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