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Officer Creel Visits Health Class

Officer Rossie Creel visits the health class at MSP to talk to the students about the harmful effects of drinking alcohol. 
 
Students participated in numerous activities that allowed them to understand how alcohol can affect someones reaction time, vision, and decision making.  The students were very engaged and learned a lot about the importance of making smart decisions. 
 
Officer Creel also discussed the importance of not texting while driving, and how having your total concentration on the road is the most important thing!
     
We appreciate Officer Creel for taking his time to share this important information with the students!
 
 
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