Follow the link below to view a fact sheet from the MN Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) regarding the new Minnesota teen driving laws: Teen Driving Laws-MN OTS
According to the Minnesota Department of Health, the leading cause of death for Minnesota’s 15- to 17-year-olds is traffic crashes. From 1999 to 2003, Minnesota traffic crashes took 236 teen lives — eclipsing the combined death total of the next four leading causes of death. Few relationships in human behavior are as simple and clear as that between age and crash involvement. Click here to view the latest "SRO Corner" submission to the Fairmont High School Newsletter regarding teen traffic safety.
For more information or if you have questions about school safety, please contact School Resource Officer, Jaime Bleess: email@example.com