Turn Off Texting at Rutland High School
April 18, 2022
Students at Rutland High School took turns experiencing how dangerous distracted driving is, driving the Turn Off Texting mobile driving simulator April 6-8. Special thanks to Lt. Kevin Geno of the Rutland County Sheriff’s Department for the invitation!
Turn Off Texting at Bellows Falls Union High School
April 18, 2022
Turn Off Texting visited the students of Driver Educator John Tribuna at Bellows Falls Union High School on April 11 and 12 — and Principal John Broadley got the TOT experience!
A Sunny Day to Visit U32!
March 20, 2022
Wednesday, March 16 was a perfect day to visit U32 in East Montpelier! The Turn Off Texting simulator gave students a safe hands-on exposure to the dangers of distracted driving. Here’s a peek inside!
TOT in Randolph!
September 30, 2021
Turn Off Texting is back in action! The program is back at Vermont schools with the My Decision Driving advanced mobile driving simulator. Here a few photos from its visit to Randolph this week. Pictured: Student drivers; driving instructor Paul Parsons; and Deputy Sean McRae from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.
Photos from the AAA Walk to End Distracted Driving, June 7
June 11, 2019
AAA Northern New England in conjunction with the Vermont Highway Safety Alliance and Project RoadSafe hosted the “AAA Walk to End Distracted Driving” at the Vermont State House on Friday, June 7. Thank you Aimee Ziter and Debra Ricker for the photos!
Youth Safety Council at the Vermont Highway Safety Alliance Annual Meeting
October 23, 2018
The Youth Safety Council of Vermont was represented at the 2018 Vermont Highway Safety Alliance Annual Meeting by Board President Lindsay Townsend and Executive Director James Lockridge. The conference was held October 22, 2018 at Jay Peak and covered a variety of topics, including the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrator’s “Road to Zero” coalition; […]
TOT at Champlain Valley Union High School
June 26, 2017
YSCVT Presenter Paul Burroughs brought the Turn Off Texting demonstration to Richard Ritter’s driver education class at Champlain Valley Union High School in Hinesburg today. Here’s photos!
YSCVT At The 2016 Vermont Highway Safety Alliance Annual Meeting and Conference
November 8, 2016
The Youth Safety Council of Vermont attended the Annual Conference of the Vermont Highway Safety Alliance on October 26. It was held at the beautiful Mount Snow Resort in Dover and brought together safety-minded professionals from all over the state. Here’s a few photos of Youth Safety Council family members! For more photos of the event, […]
‘Safety Fair’ Planning at Mt. Abraham Union High School in Bristol
October 12, 2016
Planning a May 2017 safety fair at Mt. Abraham Union High School. Clockwise from left: Anne Friedrichs, Social Studies Teacher; Sharon Koller, Student Assistance Program Counselor; Siena Hoaglund, student, grade 12; Satinder Pabla, student, grade 12; Art Cyr, School Safety Aid; Bristol Police Chief Kevin Gibbs; Ann Pollender, Health Teacher; and Ellen Repstad, Assistant Principal. Photo by James Lockridge, Youth Safety Council […]
YSCVT Joins The Road User Safety Fair at The State House
September 15, 2016
The Youth Safety Council joined a bunch of other sun-loving Vermont Highway Safety Alliance members on Tuesday for a day on the lawn of the Vermont State House, sharing our programs with the public and trying out AT&T’s virtual reality ‘It Can Wait’ driving simulator. Photos and the press release, below! AT&T Brings Virtual Reality […]