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Six High Schools Recognized for 2019 Seat Belt Challenge Participation

September 6th, 2019

HCPSS Board Chair, Superintendent, and law enforcement officers hold a plaque.

Six HCPSS high schools were recently recognized for taking part in the spring 2019 Making It Click Maryland Seat Belt Challenge, with leadership and support from their Students Against Destructive Decisions groups and School Resource Officers. The recognition took place at the September 5 Board of Education meeting.

HCPSS representatives with SROs from Atholton High School.
Atholton High School recognition

The Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration’s Highway Safety Office thanked Atholton High School, Glenelg High School, Hammond High School, Oakland Mills High School, River Hill High School and Wilde Lake High School for their commitment to increase seat belt usage among young drivers and passengers, and ultimately improve car safety behaviors.

HCPSS representatives with SROs from Glenelg High School..
Glenelg High School recognition

HCPSS representatives with SROs from Hammond High School..
Hammond High School recognition

HCPSS representatives with SROs from OMHS.
Oakland Mills High School recognition

HCPSS representatives with SROs from RHHS.
River Hill High School recognition

HCPSS representatives with SROs from WLHS.
Wilde Lake High School recognition

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