October 16, 2014

Lincoln M. Alexander Secondary School students receive real-life lessons on road safety

On October 21, Lincoln M. Alexander Secondary School will present The Sweet Life Road Show to support National Teen Driver Safety Week and raise awareness about the dangers of reckless driving.  Sponsored by CAA and the Ministry of Transportation, this full-day event will feature two sessions with interactive activities to educate Grade 10 students about good driving habits, responsibilities of being a licensed driver, and the consequences of dangerous driving.

“At Lincoln M. Alexander, we encourage students to be leaders in their community by taking responsibility for their actions,” says Sandra Dussiaume, principal of Lincoln M. Alexander. “School partnerships like this one help raise awareness of situations that can change the course of a lifetime in a split second. Teaching our students how to be responsible on the road is an important life lesson.”

Session information is as follows:

8:30 a.m. – 11 a.m.Part A: The 10 Strategy Stations
11:11 a.m. – 12:26 p.m.Lunch
12:29 p.m. – 3:02 p.m.Part B: Taking Action on Distractions and Weeding Out the Risks

​The Sweet Life Road Show is an interactive road safety event that teaches secondary students how to protect themselves and others while on the road. It visits all Ontario high schools throughout the year.

Lincoln M. Alexander is located at 3545 Morning Star Dr. in Mississauga.


Media contact: Sandra Dussiaume, Principal, Lincoln M. Alexander Secondary School, 905-676-1191 ext.401, [email protected]

Tanasha Smith, Lincoln M. Alexander Secondary School, 905-676-1191 ext.461, [email protected]

Reference: Audrey Crasto, Multicultural Settlement and Education Partnership Assistant, 905-890-1010 ext.2462, [email protected]

Note to Media: This event is open to Media. Please call media contact to obtain the list of consent for
photography and video.

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