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Fairview High School's Campaign Book for the BITZ Campaign, 2017-2018

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Fairview High School's 

Be In The Zone (BITZ) Campaign

2017-2018

Presented by: Fairview High School's STARS Leadership Club

Introduction


We would like to begin this campaign book by providing an introduction into our 2017-2018 BITZ Campaign at Fairview High School. The BITZ Campaign at Fairview High School was planned and organized by the STARS Leadership Club, with help from the HOSA Club. Half-way through the school year, both our STARS counselor and club leader, as well as our HOSA Club teacher/leader left, which led to a change in leadership for both clubs. This was initially a difficult task to overcome, but beginning second semester, we were able to bounce back from this challenge and complete our BITZ campaign.




Acknowledgments


We would like to formally acknowledge and thank the following people for assisting the STARS Leadership Club with our BITZ Campaign at Fairview High School:

The Board of Commissioners of Fairview, Tennessee

Sgt. Charlie Caplinger & Tennessee Highway Patrol

Vivian Mink & The Allstate Foundation

Bob King, Broadcasting Teacher at Fairview High School, and his Broadcasting students

Rachel Hansen, Theater Arts Teacher at Fairview High School

Chris Hughes, Coaching/Enrichment Staff at Fairview High School

Fairview Fresh Deli Donuts

MJ & Sons Wrecker Services

Nancy Stephens, Editor of the Fairview Observer

Keela Dement & Vanderbilt LifeFlight

Fairview Fire Department

Williamson Medical Center EMS

Fairview City Police Department

Williamson County Sheriff's Department

Officer Warren Conner

Fairview High School Students

Fairview High School s Be In The Zone  BITZ  Campaign 2017-2018
Fairview High School s Be In The Zone  BITZ  Campaign 2017-2018
Fairview High School s Be In The Zone  BITZ  Campaign 2017-2018

Driver Observation #1 Log (continued)

2017-2018 ACTIVITY PLAN FORM   Please fill in the different activities, date month that you propose to implement, and stud...

Driver Observation #1 Log (continued)

Driver Observation #1 Log (continued)

Fairview High School s Be In The Zone  BITZ  Campaign 2017-2018

Driver Observations #2 Log (continued)

2017-2018 ACTIVITY PLAN FORM   Please fill in the different activities, date month that you propose to implement, and stud...
Fairview High School s Be In The Zone  BITZ  Campaign 2017-2018
Fairview High School s Be In The Zone  BITZ  Campaign 2017-2018

Driver Observations #3 Log (continued)

2017-2018 ACTIVITY PLAN FORM   Please fill in the different activities, date month that you propose to implement, and stud...

Driver Observations #3 Log (continued)

Driver Observations - Pictures

We completed a total of 3 driver observations throughout the school year. The first driver observation occurred at the beginning of the year (September 22nd, 2017), before any other prevention or awareness activities/events for distracted driving. At that time, approximately 11% of all drivers at our school (14% of adults and 8% of teens) were using a phone while driving. 

Our second driver observation occurred about half-way through the school year, on December 15th, 2017. At this point in the year, we had only done a few awareness activities (PA announcements, and posting statistics and facts in the bathroom), so we did not see a decrease in distracted driving. Rather, we found that 14.9% of our drivers were using a phone while driving (14.7% of adults and 15% of teens). During the second semester of the school year, we had several more prevention and awareness activities/events for distracted driving, including our Mock Crash, which occurred on the morning before our third driving observation. 

At our third driver observation, we found that our rates of distracted driving dramatically decreased. Overall, only 4.88% of our drivers were using their phones while driving (8.25% of adults and 2.19% of teens). Therefore, between the 2nd and 3rd driver observations, we saw a decrease of 10% in cell phone use while driving among all drivers, and decreased by 12.8% among teen drivers. We believe this decrease is largely due to our prevention and awareness efforts in the second semester, particularly our Mock Crash event.

Driver Observations Summary

PA Announcements

Bathroom Statistics & Facts

Chalk The Walk

Chalk The Walk

Donuts For Downloads

Donuts For Downloads

Donuts For Downloads

Donuts For Downloads

X The Text Pledge

Fairview High School s Be In The Zone  BITZ  Campaign 2017-2018
2017-2018 ACTIVITY PLAN FORM   Please fill in the different activities, date month that you propose to implement, and stud...

Youth Empowerment Project Presentation at Fairview City Council Meeting

Video of Youth Empowerment Presentation at City Council Meeting

(begins at 7:45 minutes)

Ford Driving Skills For Life

Mock Crash Pictures

Mock Crash Pictures

Mock Crash Pictures

Mock Crash Pictures

Mock Crash Pictures

Mock Crash Pictures

Mock Crash - Social Media

Fairview High School's Mock Crash was featured in The Tennessean! 

Use this link to access the full article (and video): 

FvHS Mock Crash in The Tennessean