Alexandria Area High School is committed to safe driving!
As a community we can help the high school WIN a $100k grant.
The countdown is on as we begin the largest teen driver safety celebration across North America – Celebrate My Drive®. Alexandria Area High School (AAHS) is registered!
Starting today, October 15 and continuing through October 24, make your online safe driving commitment daily so AAHS could win a $100,000 grant and a concert by The Band Perry or a $25,000 grant. The more commitments we generate for AAHS, the greater chance they have to win! Start practicing safe driving now with 2N2®: 2 eyes on the road, 2 hands on the wheel.
Make your daily commitment at celebratemydrive.com
Be sure to join the conversation on social media by using #CelebrateMyDrive and #SafeDriving or by tagging @CelebrateMyDrive. Let’s start the school year off right with safe driving!
3 Teens selected as grand prize winners
Throughout the month of May, Douglas County students submitted photos and videos via Instagram demonstration the importance of smart driving. Read more...
Texting while driving makes a crash 23x more likely. Texting can wait.
Trevor Westad - Image
A good way to keep your phone from distracting you!(:
Brooke Rinicker - Video
Don't drive while intexticated. It can wait.
The Toward Zero Deaths approach is based on the belief that even one traffic-related death on our roads is unacceptable.
TZD uses a data-driven, interdisciplinary approach that targets areas for improvement and employs proven countermeasures, integrating application of education, enforcement, engineering, and emergency medical and trauma services (the “4Es”). A combination of strategies from different focus areas is often most effective for solving a particular problem.
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