Oak Forest HS's Teen Safe Driving Program Honored
Recently, at the Oak Forest City Council meeting, Mayor Henry Kuspa presented a proclamation honoring the Oak Forest High School Operation Teen Safe Driving Program, to Oak Forest High School students Ashly Forster, Alexis Robles, and Evan Clements.
This is the fourth year that Oak Forest High School has participated in the Operation Teen Safe Driving program, which aims to educate students about driving responsibly. This year, the slogan for the program is “Drive Wise Bengals,” according to Associate Principal Dan Dunne.
The City of Oak Forest proclamation praised the OTSD program and the initiative to improve safe driving among young people. Because of this program, the residents of Oak Forest can look forward to a safer environment.
Oak Forest High School is one out of 15 regional schools selected to participate in the Operation Teen Safe Driving Program with a $2000 grant and has taken the top prize in the region for the last three years.
The Operation Teen Safe Driving program is sponsored by the Illinois Department of Transportation in cooperation with Allstate Insurance and the Ford Motor Company.