Valparaiso police and SADD visit Valparaiso High School for SADD event.
Valparaiso High School student Austin White, 16 drives a golf cart with Jeff Grow, Indiana State Program Director of SADD, in the school's fieldhouse Wednesday. What was wearing goggles that simulate a blood alcohol content of 0.25 or about 3 times the legal limit.
Valparaiso High School student Cheyene Davey, 16, puts on "drunk goggles" that simulate impairment Wednesday during the assembly at Valparaiso High School.
Valparaiso High School's Emily Whited, 18, and Kyle Brown, 16, monitor a mock roundabout the SADD students set up in a hallway intersection at the school to help teach students how to negotiate the new two-lane roundabout in Valparaiso. The VHS chapter of Students Against Destructive Decisio…
Students at Valparaiso High School negotiate a mock roundabout set up in a hallway at the school by the VHS chapter of Students Against Destructive Decisions/Drunk Driving.
VALPARAISO | The Valparaiso High School Organization of Students Against Drunk Drivers, the Indiana State Chapter of SADD and the Valparaiso Police Department teamed up at Valparaiso High School April 2 to discuss the dangers of drinking and driving and the dangers of not wearing a seat belt.
Portage High School junior Ariel Motto drives a golf cart Thursday with goggles that impair vision during the Indiana Students Against Destructive Driving and the Porter County Drunk Driving Task Force traffic safety program at Portage High School.
Indiana Students Against Destructive Driving state coordinator Jim Noffsinger talks Thursday to Portage High School students about impaired driving during a traffic safety program cosponsored by the Porter County Drunk Driving Task Force at Portage High School.
Indiana Students Against Destructive Driving state coordinator Jim Noffsinger, left center, tells Portage High School junior Samantha Baldner what to do Thursday during a traffic safety program with a golf cart at the school.
Portage High School junior Shyann Sims drives a cooler outfitted with a motor and wheels during the Indiana Students Against Destructive Driving and the Porter County Drunk Driving Task Force traffic safety program Thursday at Portage High School.
Portage High School junior Alex Bustos is jolted by the Seat Belt Convincer in a simulated 5 mile-per-hour crash Thursday during a traffic safety program at the school.
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