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FCCLA promotes ‘Don’t text and drive’

Hoisington High School FCCLA members helped out at local events, including the Hoisington Recreation Commission Haunted Hall in October.

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HOISINGTON — Hoisington High School’s Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Club is promoting safety for teen drivers. Sept. 19 was the national day to sign up for “Don’t text and drive.”  
At Hoisington High School, Amy Schmitt whose daughter was killed while she text and drove spoke to students. Karla Reisner, FCCLA adviser said, “Students wanted to do something for the national day. We partnered with principal, Meg Wilson and the students planned that they would introduce            , make a sign for the students to sign during lunch and  then hand out the pledge stickers after the assembly ...


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