- Safe House
Each month The Office of Immigrant and Refugee Services of Lutheran Social Services uses the classroom and Safe House Exhibit to teach new residents to Sioux Falls about injury prevention, jobskills training and community assimilation.
To see pictures of the Safe House visit our FaceBook page.
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- S.A.F.E. EDventures
The Science of Seat Belts
Get the Facts
National Safety Council
Center for Disease Control (CDC)
Tips for Heads up Driving Page 4
Common Distracted Driving Habits Page 3
South Dakota Distracted Driving Law Page 3
Three Types of Distracted Driving Page 3
Did You Know Page 3
Application #1 Newton’s 1st Law of Motion Page 2
Driving Test Application #3 Page 2
Class Activity Teacher Edition Page 5
Class Activity Teacher Edition Page 6
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Distracted Driving Education Standards Correlation
- The Power of Fire
- Simulated Reality
Preventing crashes by educating students is the goal of Simulated Reality.
Every day in the United States 18 teenagers lose their lives from distracted driving, while almost 30 people die every day in crashes involving alcohol-impaired drivers. In 2010, more than 3,000 people died in distracted driving crashes and more than 10,000 people were killed in alcohol-impaired driving crashes.
Simulated Reality, of the Sioux Empire Safety Village, is a program that takes virtual reality driving simulators to schools and public events. Driving the simulators allows students to experience the consequences of distracted and impaired driving without the reality of harming themselves and others.
If you’d like more information or want to book one of the simulators, contact the Sioux Empire Safety Village on our contact page call (605) 334-7238. For more information on distracted and impaired driving go to Safety Information then to Traffic on our web page.
The Sioux Empire Safety Village is able to operate Simulated Reality thanks to the generosity of Vern Eide Motor Cars, Volunteers of America, the SD Office of Highway Safety, the SD Department of Health, and State Farm. Call us at 605-334-7233.
To see pictures of students using the simulators visit our FaceBook page.