Loganville, Grayson High School SADD is pleased to announce it has received a $6500 from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS).  The grant, which will continue through September of 2018, will help finance a texting a driving initiative as well as drinking and driving and the negative consequences of drug use to the Grayson Community. 

“The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety is committed to keeping everyone safe on our roads and highways, from the smallest precious cargo to the most seasoned drivers,” said GOHS Director Harris Blackwood.

“We would not be able to reach as many students at Grayson High or even do the things we do to educate the community without the generous grant from GOHS.” Jayna Garcia, GHS SADD Officer

Grayson High School SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions began in August of 2000. We have had a state sanctioned group for the last 16 years. We have had on average 100 or more students in our club since the beginning. We have a very active club that deals with drinking and driving, smoking, marijuana use, Red Ribbon Week and Prom Promise. We are also active with Click it or Ticket and try to involve as many students as possible in the good decisions we are making at Grayson High School.

For more information on the GHS SADD award, contact Dr. Stacy S. Kenyon at stacy_kenyon@gwinnett.k12.ga.us. For more information on GOHS and its highway safety programs visit www.gahighwaysafety.org.