LCHS Continues Arrive Alive Campaign

LCHS Continues Arrive Alive Campaign
Posted on 04/19/2018

For the past several years, LCHS has hosted simulations of an automobile crash scene.

 

The demonstrations are given to remind students to be safe behind the wheel, and to caution young drivers about the dangers of driving distracted or under the influence.

 

The simulation includes emergency response crews, law enforcement officers, and members of the high school’s theater department act out the role of crash victims

 

“It’s very graphic,” Captain Mike Schlemmer with Louisa County Fire & EMS said. “It’s about as real of an experience as you can get.”

 

Before, during, and after the simulation, LCHS resource officers, principals, and medical staff reiterate their passion for student safety and their desire to help students develop good habits.

 

“We put these demonstrations on to help impact your decisions in a positive way as you head towards graduating here at Louisa County High School,” LCHS Principal Lee Downey told students before the simulation.

 

The Arrive Alive Campaign:

- Text later

- Buckle up now

- No drugs or alcohol

- Arrive Alive

 

Thank you to all who participate in these powerful demonstrations.

 

#TeamLCPS.

Click here to see the demonstration.

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