T.E.S.T Club

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Club led by teens that focus on peer-to-peer efforts to encourage good driving behaviors.

The "Traffic Education Saves Teens," or T.E.S.T. Club, was implemented at Cookeville High School, and is led by teens that focus on peer to peer efforts to encourage good driving behaviors.  With guidance from adult advisors, the club implements various student-led efforts to raise awareness of the dangers associated with distracted driving, and other bad driving habits.  Examples of efforts include seat belt checks, drunk goggle presentations, and Mock DUI and traffic safety rallies.

To keep up with the Cookeville High School T.E.S.T. Club, "like" them on Facebook at the following link: Cookeville HS T.E.S.T.