Less than two months into the new initiative, Reduce Teen Crashes Delaware County OH, two schools have already reached Gold Level, earning more than 3,000 points in various activities.
Delaware Area Career Center leads with 3,350, earning points through various activities such as creating a video for the Create Real Impact contest, encouraging students to pick up a student driver's packet that includes the Graduated Driver's Licensing Law, hosting speakers and installing driver safety signs around campus. To earn 3,350 points, DACC has logged in 16 activities that encourage teen driver safety.
Buckeye Valley High School trails closely behind DACC, with 3,125 points earned through various activities such as participating in a Drug-Free Delaware Coalition Leadership Retreat, starting a SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions), chapter with the Teen Institute Club, spreading awareness about drug abuse to middle and elementary school students, and hosting speakers. The school has logged 12 activities to earn their points.
Gold Level occurs when a school hits 3,000 points. Silver is earned after reaching 1,300 points, and Bronze level after 100 points.
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