Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Staples High School student documentary makers are looking for Westporters to share their own cautionary stories about the dangers of drunk driving.
Narratives can range from having been in an accident to losing a friend or family member to drunk driving, even to being arrested for driving under the influence.
The filmmakers are members of the Teen Awareness Group (TAG), a Staples club focusing on issues teenagers face from social pressures to body image to stress to drugs and alcohol.
Each year, the students put on Grim Reaper Day, a day dedicated to preventing drinking and driving, especially during the prom season.
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