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Piedmont students graduate from CHAMPS

All Piedmont Academy fifth graders recently graduated from the CHAMPS 
program -- Choosing Healthy Activities and Methods Promoting Safety. 
Certificates were given to the participants. Mikayla Rigsby received 
recognition for a first-place essay, Lauren Mosley was second and Andrew 
Chapko was honored for third. Amanda O'Neal received first place for a 
poster creation, Anne Marie Hildebrandt for second and Peyton Bowden for 
third. Alina Jablonski was recognized as the CHAMPS Student of the Year 
in the class. Deputy Pat Kennedy provided an overview of the ten-week 
course, and Sheriff Charles Roper challenged the students to always be 
mindful of the importance of abstention of illegal drugs and making good 
decisions. The main goal of the CHAMPS program is to significantly 
reduce or eliminate the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, as well 
as the use of violent behavior by young people.

All Piedmont Academy fifth graders recently graduated from the CHAMPS program -- Choosing Healthy Activities and Methods Promoting Safety. Certificates were given to the participants. Mikayla Rigsby received recognition for a first-place essay, Lauren Mosley was second and Andrew Chapko was honored for third. Amanda O'Neal received first place for a poster creation, Anne Marie Hildebrandt for second and Peyton Bowden for third. Alina Jablonski was recognized as the CHAMPS Student of the Year in the class. Deputy Pat Kennedy provided an overview of the ten-week course, and Sheriff Charles Roper challenged the students to always be mindful of the importance of abstention of illegal drugs and making good decisions. The main goal of the CHAMPS program is to significantly reduce or eliminate the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, as well as the use of violent behavior by young people.

All Piedmont Academy fifth graders recently graduated from the CHAMPS program -- Choosing Healthy Activities and Methods Promoting Safety.

Certificates were given to the participants. Mikayla Rigsby received

recognition for a first-place essay, Lauren Mosley was second and Andrew Chapko was honored for third. Amanda O'Neal received first place for a poster creation, Anne Marie Hildebrandt for second and Peyton Bowden for third. Alina Jablonski was recognized as the CHAMPS Student of the Year in the class. Deputy Pat Kennedy provided an overview of the ten-week course, and Sheriff Charles Roper challenged the students to always be mindful of the importance of abstention of illegal drugs and making good decisions.

The main goal of the CHAMPS program is to significantly

reduce or eliminate the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, as well as the use of violent behavior by young people.