Save-a-Life Tour vists Lynchburg-Clay


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A Lynchburg-Clay High School student takes his turn at a driving simulator.


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Lynchburg-Clay High School recently kicked off its Drug Education Week with The International Save-a-Life Tour. The program lasted the whole day with students participating in an assembly and driving simulators.

The simulators addressed the very real and often fatal consequences of poor choices such as driving while intoxicated and texting and driving.

Lynchburg-Clay High School would first like to thank its resource officer for organizing the event and superintendent Brett Justice and the Lynchburg-Clay Board of Education for supporting the program. It would also like to thank those special donors that made this program possible: Aunt B’s Dress and Tailoring, Higgin’s Steel, Pricetown Church of Christ, Arrick’s Propane, Bear Mechanical and Terry’s Grocery.

The Lynchburg-Clay School District would also like to introduce its new resource officer. Officer Mike Turner, a 14-year Highland County Sheriff’s Office deputy, began his duties as a resource officer at Lynchburg-Clay on Sept. 23, 2016. The school district welcomes him.

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A Lynchburg-Clay High School student takes his turn at a driving simulator.
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