Taking The Lead: Ford Driving Skills For Life

Taking the Lead: Ford Driving Skills for Life is a comprehensive community initiative that features an exciting interactive website DrivingSkillsForLife.com and a free high school assembly program to selected area schools.

KDKA-TV, in partnership with Ford Motor Company Fund, Westfield Insurance, Governors Highway Safety Association, and the Allegheny County Pretrial Services has developed Taking the Lead: Ford Driving Skills for Life school assembly development program that addresses the leading causes of teen crashes. Our team brings this one hour presentation to a different area high school each month, along with a panel of experts for Q&A with the students.

TAKING THE LEAD: FORD DRIVING SKILLS FOR LIFE SCHOOL ASSEMBLY:

Please contact Melissa Wade at MWade@kdka.com if interested in bringing this FREE assembly to your school.

STUDENTS: Already attend an assembly at your school? Click here to gain more skills.

WIN PRIZES:
DrivingSkillsForLife.com: This interactive web site helps educate new drivers through online training and games. Teens master hazard recognition, vehicle handling, speed management and space management skills…and earn points toward possible prizes! Parents get smart advice to support your new teen driver!

MANY LOCAL HIGH SCHOOLS HAVE INVITED US TO BRING THIS ASSEMBLY PROGRAM TO THEIR SCHOOL

Your school could be next! Contact Melissa Wade at MWade@kdka.com today!

KDKA-TV, Ford Motor Company Fund, Westfield Insurance, Governors Highway Safety Association and the Allegheny County Pretrial Services are Taking the Lead to reduce the number of injuries and fatalities related to teen driving in our community. We are dedicated to saving lives. Learn as much as you can…FREE!

For immediate information, please contact Laura Stephen at: Stephen@kdka.com

2014-2015 School Assemblies
Deer Lakes High School, 325 students (September 2014)
Bethel Park High School, 400 students (October 2014)
Brashear High School, 300 students (November 2014)

2013-2014 School Assemblies
Keystone Oaks High School, 300 students (September 2013)
Ambridge Senior High School, 400 students (October 2013)
Trinity Christian School, 125 students (November 2013)
West Greene High School, 140 students (December 2013)
*January assembly moved to March due to weather
The Ellis School, 147 students (February 2014)
Chartiers Valley High School, 350 students (March 2014)
Beth Center Senior High School, 220 students (March 2014 – makeup from Jan’14)
Frazier High School, 280 students (April 2014)
Ringgold High School, 350 students (May 2014)

2012-2013 School Assemblies
Greensburg Central Catholic High School, 200 students (September 2012)
North Catholic High School, 107 students (October 2012)
Yough Senior High School, 380 students (November 2012)
Montour High School, 270 students (December 2012)
Lawrence County Career & Technical Center, 375 students (January 2013)
Lincoln High School, 280 students (February 2013)
Kiski Area High School, 325 students – (March 2013)
Slippery Rock High School, 320 students – (April 2013)
Valley High School, 285 students (May 2013)

2011-2012 School Assemblies
Seton-LaSalle Catholic High School, 250 students (Sept’11)
New Brighton Area High School, 275 students (Oct’11)
Penn Hills High School, 325 students (Nov’11)
Cornell High School, 165 students (Dec’11)
Derry Area High School, 370 students (Jan’12)
Mars Area High School, 500 students (Feb’12)
Steel Valley High School, 300 students (Mar’12)
Belle Vernon High School, 415 students (Apr’12)
Franklin Regional High School, 325 students (May’12)

2010-2011 School Assemblies:
Elizabeth Forward High School, 500 students (Oct’10)
Thomas Jefferson High School, 230 students (Nov’10)
Pine-Richland High School, 360 students (Nov’10)
Seneca Valley High School, 575 students (Dec’10)
South Park High School, 300 students (Jan’11)
Perry Traditional Academy, 270 students (Feb’11)
Moon Area High School, 600 students (Mar’11)
Washington High School, 235 students (April ’11)
West Mifflin High School, 600 students (May’11)

2009-2010 School Assemblies:
Shaler Area High School, 450 students (Sept. ’09)
W. Pa. School for the Deaf, 80 students (Oct. ’09)
Albert Gallatin High School, 400 students (Nov. ’09)
Hopewell High School, 500 students (Dec. ’09)
Vincentian Academy, 110 students (Jan. ’10)
Allderdice High School, 340 students (Feb. ’10)
Plum Senior High School, 320 students (March ’10)

2008-2009 School Assemblies
Peters Twp. HS, 800 students attended (Sept. ’08)
Oakland Catholic HS, 300 students (Oct. ’08)
Franklin Area HS, 550 students (Nov. ’08)
Beaver Falls HS, 300 students (Dec. ’08)
January’s assembly was cancelled due to weather/testing
Bethlehem Center HS, 350 students (Feb. ’09)
Northgate HS, 230 students (March’09)
Carlynton HS, 300 students (April ’09)
Baldwin HS, 370 students (May ’09)

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