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Student council (StuCo) participated in a safe driving activity along with State Farm Insurance to promote wearing a seat belt.

The student parking lot.

While students left the school, StuCo members and State Farm representatives handed out pamphlets and dollar bills to the drivers.

Senior Kara Brooks participated in this activity with StuCo.

“We covered each exit of the school,” Brooks said. “The students wearing seat belts got a dollar, and the ones who weren’t got a safe driving pamphlet.”

Brooks said she believes the money provides students with incentive to buckle their belts.

“It’s really important to promote safe driving,” Brooks said.

Brooks added that the money given out wasn’t provided by StuCo, but State Farm Insurance.

“Student council will also be doing our usual safe driving program later this year,” Brooks said.

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Anniston Weber, Co-Editor in Chief
Anniston Weber is Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Guidon and a senior this year. She has been involved with the Guidon for three years. In addition to being a member of the newspaper staff, she is in Chamber Singers, Webteam, Forensics, Spring Play, and Musical. Anniston has a small obsession with turtles, and also enjoys bad puns, pugs and milkshakes.
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One Response to “Buckling up makes big bucks”

  1. Landon Crispin on September 7th, 2016 5:12 pm

    Just imagine if they did this with a twist – you have to show your license.

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