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Beginning with the 2013 school year, Sheriff Chris Clinton implemented the CHAMPS program to replace the DARE program at Towns County Elementary School.

While the DARE program was successful, the sheriff felt the drug education program should be adjusted to more closely address the drug education needs of today's children.

CHAMPS is an acronym for Choosing Healthy Activities and Methods Promoting Safety.  The CHAMPS program was founded in 2003 by the Georgia Sheriffs' Association to address the dangers students face today that older generations could not have imagined.  The mission of the CHAMPS program is, "To provide an educational program for Georgia's youth, which provides guidance, and the skills, ability, and knowledge to be safe, healthy, and happy in preparation for a successful life" (Georgia Sheriffs' Association).  
Below are some of the classes taught through the CHAMPS program:

Drug resistance

Alcohol Resistance

Peer pressure

Choices and consequences

Leaders and followers


Internet safety

Gun safety

Hunting safety

ATV safety



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