DEERFIELD, FL (Dori Slosberg Highway Safety Foundation) - The number one cause of death for those under the age of 18 is motor vehicle fatalities, and a new reason for fatalities and serious injuries are dangerous driving activities.
In light of this startling statistic, Broward County Public Schools, in a partnership with the Dori Slosberg Highway Safety Foundation and the Geico Insurance Company, will provide a live interactive Dangerous Driving Video-Conference featuring car surfing survivor Hannah Huntoon.
Date: September 12, 2012
Time: 9:45 AM
Location: Deerfield Beach High School Interactive
Locations: Broward County, Key West, Palm Beach, Martin County
View Only: High Schools Across Florida
The following are invited speakers who will make appearances in the video-conference:
This will be followed by live questions from participating schools.
Following this Broward County video-conference, the Dori Slosberg Highway Safety Foundation has plans to continue these video-conferences to high schools and middle schools that have Distance Learning across the state of Florida.
For the high schools that do not have the capability to participate in a live Web cast, they will receive a session that can be played by DVD.
For Additional information and the link to log in for the conference go to http://www.dorislosberg.org/ or contact Tara Kirschner, Executive Director, the Dori Slosberg Foundation at (561) 789-9494.