Port Gibson High School – Port Gibson

Port Gibson High School has been busy promoting safe schools and teen safe driving.  On  October 26, 2012 SAVE and the Science Club conducted an assembly entitled, “Making Strides against Breast Cancer, “The Best Me is Drug Free”; “Empower Yourself” and “Texting: It Can Wait”.  In November and December, SAVE students distributed pamphlets to the students and community on safe driving.  In February 2013, counselor and special guest, Chief Calvin Jackson spoke with students on teen dating violence – “United Together on Teen Violence/Safe Driving” for Port Gibson High.

During National Youth Violence Prevention Week – March 18-22, 2013, the Chapter focused on a different issue each day –  Promoting Respect and Tolerance, Managing Your Anger, Resolving Conflicts Peacefully, and Supporting Safety.  Sheriff Marvin Lucas Allstate Agent Beverley Greene both spoke to students about the importance of safe driving practices.  A march around campus ended the week long activities.  Throughout the week of prom, April 15 – 19, 2013, the members of SAVE distributed pamphlets to the junior and seniors class on safe driving.  SAVE members participated in long/short walk on May 8, 2013 at Port Gibson Middle School. Driver Education students along with SAVE hosted ACT Out Loud Rally on May 21, 2013. On May 24, 2013, SAVE members served as ushers and distribute pamphlets on safe teen driving for graduation.  This new SAVE Chapter is advised by Arzell McCoy.

Claiborne County School District

Media Alert: Port Gibson High School SAVE Chapter To Host Teen Safe Driving Rally May 21 – May 21, 2013