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Every 15 Minutes Discourages Students From Drinking and Driving

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Maxwell Davis

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Last week Sage Creek took part in the Every 15 Minutes program. Every 15 minutes is a two-day program that challenges high school students to think about the decision to drive under the influence. Over 20 students took to the field last Tuesday and Wednesday to demonstrate what happens when good people make bad decisions. Additionally, the students were involved in the creation of a short film. The two-day demonstration portrayed what the impact on our campus would be if a drunk driving accident were to occur.

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Every 15 Minutes Discourages Students From Drinking and Driving