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RMS FCCLA chapter awarded for community project
RMS FCCLA chapter awarded for community project
RMS FCCLA chapter awarded for community project

Recently, you may have noticed eye-catching signs in front of Ross Middle and High Schools along Route 128. These installations are the result of the proactive efforts of Ross Middle School students, who took part in the national program, Families Acting for Community Traffic Safety, under the banner of the Family Career and Community Leaders of America.

Their initiative aimed to raise awareness among 16 to 18-year-old drivers, as well as the wider driving populace, about Ohio's new Distracted Driving law, which came into effect last year. This legislation prohibits the use of handheld devices while driving. To amplify their message, the students produced a compelling public service video and launched a sign campaign. They collaborated closely with the Ross Township police department, seeking their support and expertise.

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to these students for their unwavering commitment and tireless efforts in executing a project that profoundly impacts the community. Their dedication has not gone unnoticed, as they have been rightfully recognized with an award of $1,250 for their exceptional work.

FCCLA students installing sign
Ross Township police officer and students installing signs