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    • It happens every 15 minutes… Is your life worth risking? Teens Striving for Better Driving 2010-2011
    • Organizational Meetings
      • Came up with 4 groups
        • These were our areas of focus:
          • Seatbelts
          • DUI
          • Distracted
          • Speeding
            • Each group had two weeks
            • Different activities with each group
      • Posters
        • Designed according to areas of concern
        • Made flyers to put along High School Hallways
      • Announcements
        • Quotes to be announced every morning
        • These can be viewed online on TCHS School website!
    • Clickers T-shirts: Front: Back:
      • We also gave away these shirts to the first place winners of our “Are You Smarter Than A Clicker 2011?” test.
    • Seatbelts ‘Click’ it or Ticket
      • Passed out promotional items purchased and received through the OTSD program
        • At B-Ball Games
      • Secret seatbelt check
        • Front and back Parking lot
      • North Ward Elementary, about 300 total students, participated in a coloring contest
        • 3 rd and 4 th graders, about 160 students, colored these sheets!
      • All school assembly (k-4) for use of proper seatbelt usage
    • Seatbelt Usage
      • Seatbelts
      • No Seatbelts
      • 12-9-2010 Pre-Survey…
      • 2-14-2011 Compliance…
      • 2-28-2011 Post- Survey…
      • 213
      • 226
      • 235
      • 20
      • 13
      • 9
      • 91%
      • 94%
      • 96%
    • Driving Under the Influence
      • Went to Junior High for game
        • Handed out rubber “Click It or Ticket” bracelets
      • Presented an assembly for TCHS
        • Teachers vs. Students in a relay race with vision impaired goggles
        • Handed out promotional pens and had them sign “Not My Friend Pledge .”
    • “ Not My Friend Pledge”
      • Students signed pledge to not use cell phones or other causes of distractions in their car
        • Along with ten other student signatures as well as faculty
      Sponsored by:
    • Official Clicker Week!
      • Mayor, Dan Kleiss, proclaimed Feb. 8-18 Clicker week.
        • Which then officially started off our events and activities!
    • Posters for different Areas of Concern
    • The Ford Foundation Academy
      • Able to get in free to a game if completed
      • Promoted this in study halls by giving instructions on the board to students
      • Driver’s Ed came together with Clickers to incorporate this into curriculum.
      • About 1/3 of out student body completed the Academy!
      • 11 teens die a day
        • Traced student’s body on brown craft paper
        • Random students were picked to have their faces used to represent those who could die. Yearbook downloaded faces of the students. With permission of course!
        • Display ready for Senior Night, about 300 people, to get public’s attention
      Speeding.. It’s not a race!
    • Are You Smarter Than a Clicker?
      • We gave students and faculty a challenging “driving exam”
        • 1 person got a 100%
        • 2 missed 1
        • 3 missed 2
        • 10 missed 3
        • 17 missed 4
        • 25 missed 5
      • Prizes were distributed for these people
      • Questions from www.drivingskillsforlife.com and www.keepthedrivealive.com and The Rules of the Road
    • Distracted Driving Craziness
      • Distracted Hallway
        • We had members carry around cell phones and iPods and ran into students to demonstrate the results of distracted driving
      • Wore T-shirts
        • Handed out Carabiner Key Tags “Clickers”
      • Announcements were made
        • “ Pay attention or pay the price”
        • “ Rest Area = Txt Area”
    • February 14 th
      • What did we do?
      • We felt what better way to show someone you love them, than to buckle up?
      • Compliance Seatbelt Check with Clicker members on hand to pass out Hershey Kisses and Clicker chap stick!
    • February 14 th Continued…
      • We went to each school and filled the teachers’ mailboxes with Clicker promotional items
    • Sergeant Emery
      • Presented to TCHS students and faculty a demonstration
      • Course was set up using cones
          • Drinking and driving
            • Vision impaired goggles
          • Texting and driving
            • Using cell phones while on golf cart
      • Students seemed to really get involved in the assembly
    • Spreading the Safe Driving Message in the Community
      • Biddy Basketball and IGA we handed out Promos
        • Included:
          • Pens
          • Window clings
          • Key chains
          • Insurance card holders
          • Kiss it Goodbye info.
          • Clickers
      • Tanger Outlet and TCHS placed over 700 total yellow windshield tickets for seatbelt statistics
    • Clickers in the Community
      • We bought 16 “No Cell Phone” Zone signs in 2 different designs.
      • City employees mounted them around all school zone areas for all three schools.
    • Media in the Community
      • The Tuscola Journal- reaches about 2,000 readers we had 6 different articles over the
      • Announcements- were read over the intercom, but were also published on the school website
        • 50 days, with 200 views each day= a total of 10,000 possible views!
      • At one of the boy’s playoff football game, we handed out “Click it or Ticket” noise makers.
        • We handed out approximately 700 of these!
    • State Police shared banners with the Clickers
      • Master Sgt. Kirk Rogers teamed up to provide 2 banners for getting the message across.
    • Allstate Parent-Teen Contract
      • We mailed home these contracts along with students’ midterm grades
        • We sent these to every single student in the high school-around 280!
    • More Community Awareness
      • We had members read these statistics to people who came to a boy’s basketball game
      • The cheerleaders passed out flyers with this information about distracted driving
      • We read these statistics during 3 basketball games, for a total of around 600 people!
      • The announcer at these games gave a friendly reminder to buckle up and drive safely as they left the games.
    • Getting the Message Out! We passed these out to the parents at basketball home games We passed out a total of 350 informative brochures!
    • Official lunch meetings first and third Thursdays of every month!
      • This was displayed for 2 weeks on Route 36 just off of Interstate 57