‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS educates, enlightens students


Friday, April 25th, 2014
Issue 17, Volume 18.


‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS educates, enlightens students - Shane Gibson photo. - The Grim Reaper, portrayed by David Dotson, collects the ‘dead’ during the ‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS to teach teenagers the high risk and deadly repercussions of drinking and driving.
The Grim Reaper, portrayed by David Dotson, collects the ‘dead’ during the ‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS to teach teenagers the high risk and deadly repercussions of drinking and driving.

‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS educates, enlightens students - Shane Gibson photo. - The Grim Reaper portrayed by David Dotson, removes another mock drunk driving victim from class - student Amy Randazzo (left).
The Grim Reaper portrayed by David Dotson, removes another mock drunk driving victim from class - student Amy Randazzo (left).

‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS educates, enlightens students - Shane Gibson photo. - TVHS nurse Claire Johnson hammers in a headstone for one of the mock drunk driving victims during the ‘Every 15 Minutes’ program on Wed. April 16, 2014.
TVHS nurse Claire Johnson hammers in a headstone for one of the mock drunk driving victims during the ‘Every 15 Minutes’ program on Wed. April 16, 2014.

‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS educates, enlightens students - Shane Gibson photo. - TVHS sophomore, junior and senior students watch the staged drunk driving scenario unfold while the ‘dead’ (foreground) looks on.
TVHS sophomore, junior and senior students watch the staged drunk driving scenario unfold while the ‘dead’ (foreground) looks on.

‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS educates, enlightens students - Shane Gibson photo. - Officer Bikul checks ‘Every 15 Minutes’ actor and TVHS student Lindsay Kutscher’s pulse during the mock drunk driving scenario on Wed. April 16, 2014.
Officer Bikul checks ‘Every 15 Minutes’ actor and TVHS student Lindsay Kutscher’s pulse during the mock drunk driving scenario on Wed. April 16, 2014.

‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS educates, enlightens students - Shane Gibson photo. - TVHS student Kyle Plantier gets treated by emergency responders during the mock drunk driving accident scenario.
TVHS student Kyle Plantier gets treated by emergency responders during the mock drunk driving accident scenario.

‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS educates, enlightens students - Shane Gibson photo. - Alcohol bottles on the street send the message to teenagers that driving impaired leads to very serious and deadly consequences.
Alcohol bottles on the street send the message to teenagers that driving impaired leads to very serious and deadly consequences.

‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS educates, enlightens students - Shane Gibson photo. - TVHS student Tim Rodriques gets arrested during the staged drunk driving scenario. Drunk driving can leads to jail time and even more severe, death of a friend or family member.
TVHS student Tim Rodriques gets arrested during the staged drunk driving scenario. Drunk driving can leads to jail time and even more severe, death of a friend or family member.

‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS educates, enlightens students - Shane Gibson photo. - With sophomore, junior and senior TVHS students watching, AF JROTC bring a casket into the gym during the ‘Every 15 Minutes’ assembly on Thur. April 17, 2014.
With sophomore, junior and senior TVHS students watching, AF JROTC bring a casket into the gym during the ‘Every 15 Minutes’ assembly on Thur. April 17, 2014.

‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS educates, enlightens students - Shane Gibson photo. - Dawn Murray-Sibby and Edward Sibby, parents of ‘Every 15 Minutes’ student actor Julian Murray Sibby, read an emotional letter to their daughter during the assembly on Thur. April 17, 2014.
Dawn Murray-Sibby and Edward Sibby, parents of ‘Every 15 Minutes’ student actor Julian Murray Sibby, read an emotional letter to their daughter during the assembly on Thur. April 17, 2014.

‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS educates, enlightens students - Shane Gibson photo. - Charita Aripez (center) reads a mock obituary for TVHS student, Jessica Bantum (lying).
Charita Aripez (center) reads a mock obituary for TVHS student, Jessica Bantum (lying).

‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS educates, enlightens students - Shane Gibson photo. - TVHS student, Carly Cheek (left) removed from class by the Grim Reaper, portrayed by David Dotson during the ‘Every 15 Minutes’ program on Wed. April 15, 2014.
TVHS student, Carly Cheek (left) removed from class by the Grim Reaper, portrayed by David Dotson during the ‘Every 15 Minutes’ program on Wed. April 15, 2014.

‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS educates, enlightens students - Shane Gibson photo. - The Grim Reaper, portrayed by David Dotson, removes student, Lindsay Bogati from class at Temecula Valley High during the ‘Every 15 Minutes’ program.
The Grim Reaper, portrayed by David Dotson, removes student, Lindsay Bogati from class at Temecula Valley High during the ‘Every 15 Minutes’ program.

‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS educates, enlightens students - Shane Gibson photo. - The ‘dead’ victims watch as the mock drunk driving scenario unfolds during the ‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS.
The ‘dead’ victims watch as the mock drunk driving scenario unfolds during the ‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS.

‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS educates, enlightens students - Shane Gibson photo. - The purpose of the ‘Every 15 Minutes’ program is to educate teenagers and families the extreme dangers and repercussions of driving impaired by staging real life emergency scenarios.
The purpose of the ‘Every 15 Minutes’ program is to educate teenagers and families the extreme dangers and repercussions of driving impaired by staging real life emergency scenarios.

‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS educates, enlightens students - Shane Gibson photo. - Claire Brizard acts as a victim in a staged drunk driving accident during the ‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS on Wed. April 16, 2014.
Claire Brizard acts as a victim in a staged drunk driving accident during the ‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS on Wed. April 16, 2014.

‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS educates, enlightens students - Shane Gibson photo. - TVHS student, Tim Rodriques, acted as the grief-stricken drunk driver during the ‘Every 15 Minutes’ program on Wed. April 16, 2014.
TVHS student, Tim Rodriques, acted as the grief-stricken drunk driver during the ‘Every 15 Minutes’ program on Wed. April 16, 2014.

‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS educates, enlightens students - Shane Gibson photo. - Temecula Valley High AF JROTC, bring a casket into the assembly as a symbolic way to illustrate the severe consequences of drinking driving.
Temecula Valley High AF JROTC, bring a casket into the assembly as a symbolic way to illustrate the severe consequences of drinking driving.

‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS educates, enlightens students - Shane Gibson photo. - TVHS student and ‘Every 15 Minutes’ actor, Lindsey Stone, reads an emotional letter she wrote to her friends and family speaking of her staged death to raise awareness on the severe consequences of drinking and driving.
TVHS student and ‘Every 15 Minutes’ actor, Lindsey Stone, reads an emotional letter she wrote to her friends and family speaking of her staged death to raise awareness on the severe consequences of drinking and driving.

‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS educates, enlightens students - Shane Gibson photo. - TVHS student and ‘Every 15 Minutes’ actor, Kyle Plantier, reads an emotional letter he wrote to his friends and family speaking of his staged death to raise awareness on the severe consequences of drinking and driving.
TVHS student and ‘Every 15 Minutes’ actor, Kyle Plantier, reads an emotional letter he wrote to his friends and family speaking of his staged death to raise awareness on the severe consequences of drinking and driving.

‘Every 15 Minutes’ program at TVHS educates, enlightens students - Shane Gibson photo. - Volunteer with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (M.A.D.D.) Paul Cortez, guest speaks at the ‘Every 15 Minutes’ assembly. He shared his own personal story regarding his family being hit by a drunk driver in 1982 in Temecula.
Volunteer with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (M.A.D.D.) Paul Cortez, guest speaks at the ‘Every 15 Minutes’ assembly. He shared his own personal story regarding his family being hit by a drunk driver in 1982 in Temecula.


 

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