Keep an eye out, everyone! This happens this morning.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: On Wednesday, April 22 at 9:30 am, Tivy High School will host Shattered Dreams, a comprehensive underage drinking and impaired driving prevention program. Shattered Dreams consists of an elaborate and realistic MOCK vehicle accident involving two vehicles, student volunteers, the Kerrville Police Department, Kerrville Fire Department, Kerr County Emergency Medical Service, Texas Department of Transportation, Peterson Regional Medical Center, Grimes Funeral Chapel and Kerrville Funeral Home. Please be assured this is not real and does not require reporting to emergency medical services.
Kerrville ISD is dedicated to the safety and health of all students. This program is a reflection of our efforts to keep our students alive, safe, and out of harm’s way behind the wheel. It’s also an important reminder to our students as they prepare for their upcoming Prom and Graduation events.
Shattered Dreams is a two-day, school-based program that promotes responsible decision-making among high school students regarding underage drinking and impaired driving (driving after drinking or riding with a drinking driver) by showing them how irresponsible choices can end all dreams. The program was developed by the Bexar County DWI Task Force Advisory Board on Underage Drinking in 1998 as an expansion of the “Every 15 Minutes” program introduced in Chico, California. The “Every 15 Minutes” program was started by the Chico Police Department and named to signify the number of alcohol-related fatalities in the United States during the mid-nineties. The Shattered Dreams program emphasizes the results of alcohol-related crashes: the shattered dreams of those who drive after drinking, the innocent victims, and their friends and families. …read more