XENIA — The Greene County Safe Communities Coalition will be conducting the annual Spring Break Seat Belt Challenge over the next month to raise awareness about seat belt use and encourage students to buckle up every trip, every time.
In the weeks surrounding each high school’s spring break, announcements about the dangers of driving unbelted, statistics, and encouraging messages will be provided, and an unannounced seat belt check will be held at the school. The high school with the highest percentage of students buckled as they leave the school grounds at the end of the day will win the challenge. The winning school will receive a prize yet to be determined. All Greene County High Schools have been invited to participate in the challenge.
For more information on the Greene County Safe Communities Coalition, please contact coordinator Jillian Drew at 937-374-5683 or [email protected]
Story courtesy of Greene County Public Health.