District Attorney Early speaking to students at the HYPEDD kickoff about the dangers of drunk driving.
More than 150 students from 16 schools attended the HYPPED kickoff on Thursday, Oct. 6.
District Attorney Early and guest speaker Sarah Panzau with students from Sutton High School.
District Attorney Early with guest speaker Sarah Panzau, who spoke to students at HYPEDD about the drunk driving crash in which she lost her arm.
Speaker Sarah Panzau with students at HYPEDD.
Goggles giving students at HYPEDD the feeling of what it’s like to be impaired.
Andy Lacombe from Charter TV 3 in Worcester teaching students about creating a public service announcement.
Guest speaker Sarah Panzau presenting to students at HYPEDD.
After her presentation, students spoke with Panzau.
More students trying out the “drunk driving” goggles at HYPEDD.
District Attorney Early with students from Douglas High School.