On May 16th and 17th all four of 228 schools are partnering with Ford Automotive and local Police to demonstrate the effects of drugged driving to students. Students in physical education classes will get to try on Ford’s Drugged Driving suit and hear from local police as they conduct sobriety tests on students in the suit. The organizations have decided to partner up because the first 100 days of summer are the deadliest for teens. On average, 260 teens are killed in car crashes in the summer which is an increase of about 26 percent compared to other months. This will not only be a fun and interactive way for students to learn about drugged driving, but it’s also a way our District can help to educate and keep students safe.