Creekview High School was awarded $2,000 for a Student Led Teen Driver Safety Campaign. Creekview was selected as one of 25 schools across the U.S. and Canada to receive a $2,000 Project Ignition grant for 2012.
Project Ignition, now in its 8th year, is a student-led teen driver safety program funded by State Farm® and coordinated by the National Youth Leadership Council. It was developed because car crashes are the No. 1 killer of youth. With a little help from Project Ignition, students at Creekview High School are working to change that devastating reality.
Please join us in congratulating Creekview High School at a check presentation to be held at the school during their Teen Driving Summit on Saturday, March 3 at 10 am. The free three hour summit will include informative and interactive sessions for teens on the consequences of risky driving behavior.
Interested in learning more? Visit SFProjectIgnition.com to check out Creekview High School’s winning plans and for more information about the program.