The Injury Prevention Center at Dartmouth Hitchcock, in partnership with the New Hampshire Office of Highway Safety, is coordinating the state’s seat belt challenge for the 2019/2020 school year. As in past years, the primary goal of the challenge is to further educate teens about the importance of using their seat belts every time they are in a motor vehicle.
The challenge is a fun, interactive event focused on seat belt use and teen-related highway safety education. It will be conducted by ThinkFast® Interactive, a national touring group committed to educating teens. Prizes will be awarded to the winning school’s team and a trophy will be presented to the winning school for display until next year’s challenge.
2019/2020 Seat Belt Challenge POSTPONED Until September New Invitations Will Be Sent When Date and Time are Established
Location: Hollis Brookline High School*
*As last year’s defending champion, Hollis Brookline High School is holding the Challenge at their school. The option to hold the 2020/2021 Challenge at their school will be offered again to this year’s winning school.
Registration materials will be sent out to New Hampshire High Schools. If you are interested in participating in the challenge and would like more information, please contact Injury Prevention Center at 603-308-2253, Chelsie Mostone at Chelsie.L.Mostone@hitchcock.org, or Chris Bishop at Christopher.R.Bishop@hitchcock.org.