TENNESSEE – Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO) recognizes 18 high schools for earning gold traffic safety awards through Reduce TN Crashes this school year. The program is excited to share that the Tennessee Road Builders Association (TRBA) will be providing gift cards to the top five schools as a token of appreciation for their dedication to traffic safety. See here for photos:

The 2023-24 Reduce TN Crashes program saw significant participation and engagement from 58 active schools across the state. Among these schools, 18 were recognized as gold schools for their exceptional commitment to promoting traffic safety activities and education within their communities. See schools below:

  1. Walker Valley High School – 49,700 points
  2. Stone Memorial High School – 49,100 points
  3. Sevier County High School – 37,600 points
  4. Cumberland County High School – 30,300 points
  5. Hampton High School – 19,500 points
  6. Science Hill High School – 16,400 points
  7. Dyer County High School – 14,700 points
  8. Daniel Boone High School – 11,300 points
  9. Clay County High School – 8,300 points
  10. Hancock County Middle/High School – 6,900 points
  11. Dickson County High School – 6,600 points
  12. David Crockett High School – 5,400 points
  13. Gibson County High School – 4,100 points
  14. Bartlett High School – 3,500 points
  15. Sycamore High School – 3,400 points
  16. Obion County Central High School – 3,400 points
  17. South Gibson County High School – 3,200 points
  18. Cherokee High School – 3,000 points

The Reduce TN Crashes program concluded the school year with a total of 1,163 activities submitted, showcasing the widespread engagement and impact of the initiative. The top two schools, Walker Valley High School and Stone Memorial High School, led the pack with impressive scores of over 49,000 points each. These schools’ relentless efforts and dedication to traffic safety are truly commendable.

“We are thrilled to recognize and applaud the efforts of all participating schools in the Reduce TN Crashes program,” said Buddy Lewis, Director of THSO. “These schools have shown exemplary dedication to promoting traffic safety awareness and education among their students, and their impact on road safety cannot be overstated.”

As part of the program’s ongoing commitment to recognizing excellence, the TRBA will be awarding gift cards to the top five schools in recognition of their achievements. This gesture reflects the industry’s appreciation for the important work being done by these schools to create safer roads and communities.

“The Tennessee Road Builders Association is committed to championing the interests of the Tennessee road building industry, which extends to prioritizing road safety. As the future of our roads, these young drivers are integral, and we are dedicated to supporting them in promoting smart and safe decision-making while driving. TRBA is enthusiastic about being part of their accomplishments and grateful that these teens are actively contributing to the safety of their communities,” stated Kent Starwalt, Executive Vice President of TRBA.

THSO extends its congratulations to all participating schools and looks forward to another successful year of promoting traffic safety awareness and reducing crashes on our roads.

For more information about Reduce TN Crashes and its initiatives, please visit

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