Clark High School Students Learn About Dangers Of Drinking & Driving

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Seniors at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark learned about the dangers of drinking and driving by participating in a simulator that showed the effects of driving impaired. (Photo courtesy of Clark Public Schools)

Seniors at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark learned about the dangers of drinking and driving by participating in a simulator that showed the effects of driving impaired. (Photo courtesy of Clark Public Schools)

CLARK — On April 27, representatives from Northstar Medivac and Clark Volunteer Rescue Squad visited Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark to teach seniors about the dangers of drunk driving program for seniors.

In the lower gym, seniors participated in a driving simulator, using fatal vision goggles and a distracter simulator to emphasize the dangers of driving while impaired. Also, students involved themselves in a distract-o-match game which simulated distracted driving.

Student Samorri Johnson said, “After the car simulation, I would never think about drinking and driving and putting other lives in danger.”

At the end of the day, all seniors reported to the auditorium to hear Charley Fleiser, talk about how he was in a drunk driving accident.


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