Teens across the Pikes Peak region kicked off the High School Traffic Safety Challenge this October, a student-run program through Drive Smart, around the dangers of distracted driving. The 7-week traffic safety program includes unannounced safety belt and cell phone checks, driving-related presentations and art, writing and video contests.
AT&T joined Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers, student leaders, administration and school resource officers from the participating schools to kick off the program on Oct. 12. During this breakfast, the students learned about resources provided by AT&T and others to kick off the campaign in their schools.
KRDO-TV (ABC), online, Oct. 12
Gazette, Oct. 12 — Colorado Springs
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