"Teen Driving: A Family Affair" To Be Held at RHS on Thursday, April 9, 2015; Attendance Mandatory for Student Parking Permit
We know that most alcohol-related fatalities occur between the ages of 16 – 21. Rhinebeck High School and the Council of Addiction Prevention and Education (CAPE) of Dutchess County have joined together in an effort to prevent these tragedies.
On the evening of Thursday, April 9, 2015 at 7:00 p.m, Rhinebeck High School and the Council will host a special program for students and their families. The program is entitled “Teen Driving – A Family Affair,” and it is mandatory for students who are applying forSchool Parking Permits and who have not attended the program in previous years.
A parent must also attend with his/her son or daughter. Please plan to arrive by 6:30 for registration so that we can begin the program promptly at 7:00. To show respect for our speakers (who are all volunteers), no one will be admitted after 7:00 pm.
Our guest speakers will include a victim impact speaker, a medical professional, a representative from the insurance industry, and a representative from the District Attorney’s Office.
If you cannot attend on the date scheduled, you may attend at another school. You will find the alternative dates listed below. Please note that the material presented is not appropriate for students under the age of 12.
"TEEN DRIVING - A FAMILY AFFAIR" SCHEDULE 2015
Spackenkill- March 25
Red Hook- March 26
Rhinebeck- April 9
Pine Plains - April 14
Roosevelt (FDR) - April 15
Dover– April 21
Roy C Ketcham – April 28
Millbrook – April 30
Arlington A-L – May 5
Webutuck – May 12
John Jay- May 14
Arlington M-Z – May 20
Beacon – May 27
Pawling - May 28
PLEASE NOTE: Students are welcome to attend the program at any high school.
Registration begins at 6:30 pm (6:15 pm at Arlington and John Jay).
The program is 1 hour (7pm-8pm).
*Student must be accompanied by at least one parent or guardian
*Admittance after 7pm will not be allowed,