The Decatur County Sheriff's Office C.H.A.M.P.S. program recently held graduation for 2 classes at Hutto Middle School. C.H.A.M.P.S.(Choosing Healthy Activities & Methods Promoting Safety) is taught to all 5th graders in the county and covers safety related topics to help educate the student on how to make good choices in life’s. The C.H.A.M.P.S. began in Decatur County and is now taught throughout the state.
3rd period C.H.A.M.P.S. Graduation Class are back row from left to right: Jada Pearson (essay runner up), Jaylen Jones (Essay winner/Poster runner up),
Shane Kornmeier (poster runner up), Khala Patterson (Top Student/Poster runner up/Essay runner up). Front row from left to right: Mycha Harris (Essay runner up/Poster winner), Breanna Frazier (Essay runner up), Lani Jackson (Essay runner up), MaKayla Hamilton (Essay runner up) and Sgt. Chad Bennett, C.H.A.M.P.S. Coordinator
Not in picture: Jaylon Bass (Poster runner up) and Gianella Pallotti (Essay Runner up and Poster runner up).
4th period C.H.A.M.P.S. Graduation Class are from left to right: Haley Colwell (Poster runner up), Delena Warren (Essay runner up), Bryce Worthy (Poster runner up), Jaleer Akins (Essay runner up), Tavares Stewart (essay winner/poster runner up), Shareef Bobb (Essay runner up/poster runner up), Faith Smith (Essay runner up/poster runner up), Kayleigh Glover (Essay runner up) and Sgt. Chad Bennett.
Not in picture: Alexis Hutto (Top Student), Avery Scruggs (Poster winner), Alexia Hutto (Poster runner up) and Essay runners up; Jaleer Akins, Alexia Hutto, Avery Scruggs and Delena Warren