Roosevelt brings shattered dreams program to campus
Roosevelt High School hopes to make a big impact on students about the dangers of drinking and driving. The school presented the Shattered Dreams program to juniors and seniors on campus, Thursday, February 27. Students witnessed a drunk driving crash scene and the emergency responders who come to help.
Students portray a drunk driver, injured victims, and one student who has died. Emergency workers respond to a 911 call. Roosevelt even incorporated students from its EMT-basic program.
The following day, students attended a memorial service for the victim, and the trial for the drunk driver in the school's auditorium.
Click to watch the MOCK drunk driving program Shattered Dreams.
Students watch as emergency crews cut a passenger from the crashed car.
Police question the "drunk driver" played by a Roosevelt student.
A student "victim" waits for emergency responders to put her in an ambulance.
Roosevelt's EMT students participated in the Shattered Dreams program.
The Living Dead represent the people who die in drunk driving accidents.
Posted on February 28, 2014