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Event / Activity Form

Advisors: Please complete the following activity summary for any Teens in the Driver Seat® activities, not all fields may be applicable. Report all events and activities, no matter how small. Please make sure photo release forms have been submitted for all students photographed, before submitting.

You do not need to submit a form for the following activities:

  • Completion of surveys
  • Catch the CRZY! pre- and post-observations
  • Driving the Message contest entries
  • TAB application submission
  • TAB meeting attendance
  • SponStar nomination submission
  • Website comments/stories
  • Social Media sharing/tagging
  • Teen of the Month selection
  • Return of Photo/Video release form

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Event / Activity Form

**Form may not submit correctly on a tablet computer. Advisors: Please complete the following activity summary for any Teens in the Driver Seat® activities, not all fields may be applicable. They can be simple like listing safety facts over morning announcements to more time consuming activities like seat belt checks. If you are competing for the 2016 TDS Cup, all completed forms (with appropriate signature documentation) must be submitted by March 31, 2016. Any forms submitted after this date will earn TDS Cup points that count toward the 2017 TDS Cup.
  • No event / activity is too small to report.
  • Adults and teens who planned and participated.
  • Specify hours / days.
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  • Upload Event / Activity Photos or Materials

    Please make sure all students photographed have submitted a photo release form.
  • Drop files here or
    Accepted file types: jpg, pdf, gif, png.
    Upload your event photos, scanned sign-in sheet(s), or affidavit.
    *Required for Texas schools only. By checking this box, I certify that all hours submitted are true and I confirm that the hours can count toward federal in-kind match dollars currently valued at $23.40 per hour, per person (which includes both teens and adult volunteers). In addition, I will separately provide sign-in sheets (or signed affidavits from my principal or superintendent) confirming this attendance for the event and for the planning hours leading up to the event. I will provide these to TTI-Teens in the Driver Seat prior to September 15, 2016. I understand that my school will not be awarded TDS Cup points until these sign-in sheets (or signed affidavits from my principal or superintendent confirming the event and planning hours leading up to the event) are received by the TTI-Teens in the Driver Seat, San Antonio office. Sign-in sheets or confirmation letters can be mailed, faxed, or emailed to: TTI - Teens in the Driver Seat, 1100 NW Loop 410, Suite 400, San Antonio, TX 78213, Fax: 210-979-9694, Email: tdswebmaster@ttimail.tamu.edu
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33 comments on “Event / Activity Form
  1. Jean Goss says:

    Love the TDS program! We are working for 100% participation at our school, Hamshire-Fannett High School in Hamshire, Texas!

  2. Samantha Keaton says:

    Love TDS and excited to incorporate it more on our campus!

  3. Marcely Castro says:

    I am a Advisory Board member so I know how important it is to post what we do. I am growing strong at my school. I am getting support from our local representative, Ms. Lupe Ramos,& administrators and the whole faculty from my school. With this much support I know that we can help spread the word. lets go AZTECS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! El Dorado HIgh El Paso Tx

  4. Reina Salazar says:

    I am a Teen Advisory Board member and I know first hand how important it is for the message to get out about Safe Driving. We here at Ventura High School are aiming high for the student body to get involved and can not wait to bring all the new activities to the school this year!
    Reina Salazar – Ventura High School Ventura California!

  5. Keith King says:

    I am also a teen advisory board member and I am doing the best that I can to get not just the organization I’m in but the others as well to get in the fun of what teens in the driver seat is about! Everyone at Westwood High School is open to talking with one of our member about the dangers of driving we even have all the faculty and staff on board. So are ready to start this train to save the lives.

  6. Presley Price says:

    Tonight Brandeis TDS shared the risks associated with teenage driving and being a teenager passenger with incoming freshman and parents. Way to provide young teenagers the perils associated with being a teenage driver and passenger.

  7. Samuel Arriaga says:

    Love TDS Irvin High School is doing a great job!

  8. A.J. Cortez says:

    Having alot of fun preparing our presentation for Summit! We are excited…

  9. Lauren Saenz says:

    We at Desert View Middle are working hard to make sure that all of our students don’t only know but are telling others that we want to save lives.
    -Desert View Middle School

  10. Sylvia Garcia says:

    Looking forward to Summit to learn more about how to educate others about TDS.

  11. Sylvia Garcia says:

    Having fun entering all the exciting activities that Jefferson/Silva High School from El Paso, Texas is involved in! These TDSers are busy!!!!!!!

  12. daphne hudson says:

    Edna High School working hard for safe drive week!

  13. Delia E. Mendoza says:

    Our FCCLA chapter has had a few booths set up to promote this program. Everytime has been very successful.
    We began in March with two events- at a pledge sign up table during all the lunch periods on March 6, 2014 and the next day during our classes where students tooks surveys and signed the pledge.

    This year, we have set up a booth during college night and will have a table set up during lunch periods on December 26, 2014. Students love the freebies and our FCCLa students enjoy passing on the message.

  14. Shayne Gilland says:

    We are very Proud to be a part of TDS, and to have the program at the Uvalde High School!! Our first event was a HUGE success! And I want to thank Rubi for being a part of it!!

  15. Lyford High School TDS members rocked the bilingual English/Spanish TDS Ride with Me parent meeting! The parents were very receptive. Special thanks to Rubi for joining us!

  16. Amber Zallar says:

    Im a member of TDS at Lyford High School. Ive been enjoying the activities that we have done! It is a learning experience and Im do it again next year.

  17. I’m a member of TDS at Lyford high school. It’s been awesome being a part of it.

  18. Jenica Vela says:

    I’m a member of TDS at Lyford High School and I enjoy being a part of it and all the activities.

  19. Brett Ruben says:

    East Stroudsburg High School South is working hard every day in our cafeteria to spread the positive influence of safe-teen driving!

  20. Shayne Gilland says:

    TDS is alive and strong at the Uvalde High School! We are Keeping the drive Alive!!

  21. Chisum High School says:

    Love all the activies we have done this year at Chisum High Schoo, especially the Cinema Drive that was presented to almost 220 of our students.

  22. Bryce Cunningham says:

    I am a freshman at Chisum High school. This is my first year of TDS. I hope i can do more to help in the next 3 years of highschool.

  23. IHA Traffic Safety Squad from NJ is happy to participate in the Teens in the Driver Seat program. Its great to see that teens from across the nation are committed to driver safety.

  24. Alana Ellenburg says:


    Pepperell High School SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) will host the 6th Annual Rome/Floyd County “Just Drive” Safe Driving Expo on Saturday, March 28, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. located in the Kmart Parking Lot at Turner McCall and Hicks Drive.

    We would like to invite you to be a part of educating our community about driving safety. We would love to have you set up a booth/display at the event. This is an excellent opportunity to showcase some of the products made here in Floyd County. You can also encourage your employees to attend with their families. This event is open to everyone.

    The participants will be educated on driving safety, avoiding texting while driving, and making the roads in Rome and Floyd County safer for us all.

    We are having two closed driving courses. Individuals will be challenged to drive through each course while facing significant driving distractions with a Sheriff’s Deputy, Floyd County Police Officer, Rome City Police Officer, or Georgia State Patrol Officer accompanying them.

    Course 1: Individuals will drive a Courtesy Ford Car while attempting to text a provided message. During their attempt through the course, the accompanying officer will be ‘provoking’ the driver with various other distractions.

    Course 2: Individuals will drive a Golf Cart while wearing “Fatal Vision” goggles. These goggles give the driver the feeling of intoxication and/or disorientation. Individuals will be accompanied by a law enforcement officer.

    We will also create a “Crash Scene”, have the “Rollover Simulator”, and have a “Jaws of Life” demonstration.

    Last year we had car maintenance, a school bus and 18 wheeler with blind spots, Emergency Management, Fire and Rescue, Georgia State Patrol Helicopter, Insurance Agents, Floyd Medical, Redmond, Harbin, Teens in the Driver Seat, Floyd County Sheriff’s Office, Floyd County Police, Rome City Police, and more.

    This year we are discussing adding a car show and bring back the bicycle safety to increase attendance.

    If you are interested in helping to educate our community, please contact Alana Ellenburg at aellenburg@floydboe.net.

  25. Danielle Just says:

    The girls just got done hanging Teens in the Driver seat posters along with other safe driving posters throughout the school! Excellent placement too! They are located in the entrance ways and hallways of the building. There is one in the student parking lot as well to serve as a constant reminder of safe driving. Nice job girls!!

  26. Tamara says:

    East Stroudsburg High School South is trying their best to keep people driving safe

  27. Shalya Powell says:

    East Stroudsburg High School South is hard at work, informing people in our community about the dangers of distracted driving!!!

  28. Divina Searchwell says:

    East Stroudsburg High School South is promoting driving safety for teens and adults alike.

  29. Zarya Tom Wing says:

    I am a proud member of TDS! I love working

  30. Krystal says:

    I am a member of the TDS program and we are successfully working hard! We have done many inspiring activities in East Stroudsburg High School South about safe driving for teens!

  31. Charles Anderson says:

    Are School Atlanta High Wants to sigh up how, and were can we

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