Clay County High School is partnering with Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, Tennessee FFA Association and Tennessee 4-H Program in a yearlong innovative ATV safety program. This program is sponsored through the generous support of Farm Bureau Health Plans. The program is a competition between many different schools to spread awareness on ATV Safety.
Clay County was asked to be a part of this program because they have a high number of ATV wrecks. The goal of this competition is to inform the community and peers about the importance of ATV safety. Four students at CCHS are participating in the competition and starting their campaign.
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