Science Hill High School submission of "Report Distracted Driving"

Date of Completion: 
Wednesday, August 6, 2014 - 19:15
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Science Hill High School
Hunter's is the last post from students at Science Hill HS Alternatice Center that stemmed from the English teachers at the school. To support the Reduce TN (Teen) Crashes program, the English teachers requested their students write about incidents of distracted driving they had observed. Hunter's is one of those submitted. Science Hill HS Alternative Center's English teachers helped support our efforts to Reduce TN (Teen) Crashes by requesting their students to write about a distracted driving incident they had observed. Kobe's is one of several incidents submitted. Kelly's is one of several entries being made by Science Hill HS Alternative Center students as part of the Reduce TN (Teen) Crashes campaign. The English teachers at the school assisted with the campaign by requesting their students to write about incidents of distracted driving they had observed. Kelly's is one of many incidents submitted. Sam's is one of several reports written by Science Hill HS Alternative students as part of an English assignment to support the Reduce TN (Teen) Crashes campaign at our school. More will follow The English teacher's at Science Hill HS Alternative Center got involved with the Reduce Teen (TN) Crashes effort by asking each student to write about a hazardous driving incident the students had encounted . Attached is Josh D's report. His is one of several that will be posted. As part of Reduce TN (Teen) Crashes, the English teachers at Science Hill HS Alternative Center assisted by using the Report Distracted Driving project as part of their English assignments. Here is one of several completed assignments we will be posting. As part of their help with Science Hill HS Alternative Center's participation in Reduce TN (Teen) Crashes, the English teachers requested their students write about a dangerous driving incident they observed. Posted is one of several entries that will be made. To assist the students with the Reduce TN (Teen) Crashes program, the English teachers at Science Hill HS Alternative Center asked their classes to write a brief summary of a dangerous driving situation they had experienced. The papers were for entry onto the Report Distracted Driving site. Attached is one of the student entries