School Resource officer impacts Pleasant Hill kindergarten classes
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School Resource Officer Chasity Anderson makes a positive impact on students at Pleasant Hill Elementary School. Since the School Resource Officer program began, Officer Anderson has gone the extra mile to provide understanding, as well as safety for the students on campus at Pleasant Hill. Kindergarten teacher Daloris Picone notes, “[Chasity] makes it a point to get to know the kids, and teach lessons that help them think critically about decision making.” Pinocle said she thinks it’s important to see police officers in Pike County as the crucial community resource they are.
“They don’t just respond to crime,” Picone said. ”These folks are friends, and neighbors who dedicate themselves to making our community a stronger, and safer place. Our kids are able to understand that by working with Officer Anderson. The kids adore her, and you can tell how much she cares about them through her thoughtful interactions with them. This program truly makes a difference for our kids!” The School Resource Officer Program is made possible through grant funding which allows Officer Anderson to share time each week working with the youth of multiple districts in Pike County.