Council Rock High School North Wins the Bucks County High School Seatbelt Safety Challenge

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The high school was acknowledged for their participation in the challenge.

A high school in Bucks County is being acknowledged for having its students engage in a public safety challenge.

Council Rock High School North, located in Newtown, was named the overall winner of the 16th Annual Bucks County High School Seatbelt Safety Challenge while also achieving the greatest percentage increase.

Student drivers from the school had the highest overall seatbelt use (97 percent) over 20 other Bucks County high schools that participated in the challenge while also having the greatest percentage increase in seatbelt use over all schools at four percent (93 % in fall to 97 % in spring).

The Council Rock High School North Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) group was presented with two $500 cash grants and two perpetual trophy plaques at their May 22 meeting.

“Congrats to the students who really stepped up to be leaders in their school community and stress the importance to their peers about making the right choice to buckle up,” said TMA Bucks executive director Stephen Noll.

TMA Bucks, headquartered at 7 Neshaminy Interplex Drive in Feasterville-Trevose, works to educate residents of the area on travel safety and update them on construction and traffic.

Learn more about the seatbelt challenge at TMA Bucks.


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