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GHS and GCSO work with students to ‘Arrive Alive’

The Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office and the Gloucester High School Driver’s Education program have partnered to participate in this year’s Youth of Virginia Speak Out About Traffic Safety Arrive Alive Campaign. This campaign, held in April and May, focuses on driver and passenger safety among teens.

Topics include Seatbelts/Occupant Protection, Obeying Speed Limits, Underage Drinking/Impaired Driving/Zero Tolerance Law, Distracted Driving (texting, cell phones, etc.), Fatigued Driving, and Risky Driving Behaviors and Attitudes.

GHS students will set up a table during lunch to talk with their peers and teachers about Arrive Alive and will encourage them to sign the drive safe pledge. Students are also making posters that promote safe driving to hang around the school.

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