The end of the school year saw several L.E.A.D. graduations in our elementary and middle schools. Clinch River Community School was the 10th school in Anderson County to complete the “Law Enforcement Against Drugs” (L.E.A.D.) “Too Good For Drugs” curriculum. “Too Good For Drugs” is a program where a School Resource Officer visits a classroom each week for 10 weeks. In the ninth week, the students have a poster contest on the effects of alcohol or tobacco on the body. Each ninth week, first-third place winners are recognized for their efforts. On Thursday, May 25th, these students were recognized with L.E.A.D. certificates. Our congratulations to those Clinch River Community School students.