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Schools Hold Docudramas to Stress Importance of Good Driving Decisions - Videos Included

South Shelby High School partnered with the NE Coalition for Roadway Safety and area law enforcement and EMS to hold a docudrama on October 25, 2016.  Students portrayed crash victims and showed the consequences a crash can have on lives.  This event was done as a part of Red Ribbon Week, but also was included in the It Only Takes One Program the school participated in. At the conclusion of the event, all high school students gathered in the gymnasium for an assembly that featured guest speaker Kayle Denny from ThinkFirst Missouri, who talked about how a disabling crash has affected her life.

To view a video that highlights this event, click here.

 

Highland High School partnered with the NE Coalition for Roadway Safety and area law enforcement and EMS to hold a docudrama on April 12, 2017.  Students of the S.A.D.D. (Students Again Destructive Decisions) organization portrayed crash victims and showed the consequences a crash can have on lives.  This event was done as a part of the It Only Takes One campaign.

To view a video that highlights this event, click here.

 

Palmyra High School partnered with the NE Coalition for Roadway Safety and area law enforcement and EMS to hold a docudrama on May 16, 2017.  Students portrayed crash victims and showed the consequences a crash can have on lives.  At the conclusion of the event, all high school students gathered in the gymnasium for an assembly that featured guest speaker Sgt. Eric Brown with the Missouri State Hihgway showing a video and talking about the consequences crashes have had on the lives of inidividuals.

To view a video that highlights this event, click here.