Drink driving message driven home to students

Coomealla High School students, transitioning from year 10 to 11, participated in an Alcohol and Driving prevention workshop. Cooper Modica, 16, tries out the fatal vision goggles and Lauren Boundy, 15,displays the blood alcohol calculator.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Coomealla High School students, transitioning from year 10 to 11, participated in an Alcohol and Driving prevention workshop. Cooper Modica, 16, tries out the fatal vision goggles and Lauren Boundy, 15,displays the blood alcohol calculator.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

AN alcohol and driving prevention workshop at Coomealla High School was a timely reminder that zero risk doesn’t exist when it comes to drinking and driving.

Two classes of Year 10 students heard from Sunraysia Alcohol Driver Education Service (SADES) assessor and educator Michael Wood as part of their transition to Year 11 this week.

Student wellbeing teacher Nadein Mayfield said it was important teenagers were aware of the risks of alcohol.

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