Dr. Mike Looney, the Superintendent of Williamson County Schools has made a great proactive move this week. There have been several vehicle tragedies in our area in the last few weeks where students have died either behind the wheel of a car or as a passenger. Dr. Looney addresses the need that we all have to be more careful to do all that we can to reduce these senseless tragedies.
We applaud Dr. Looney for this video. Obviously, we completely agree and hope that we all will do more to help all drivers - especially the less experienced drivers to learn the right way to drive so we can reduce accidents & accident deaths around us.
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