Kaitlyn De Kan (right), a sophomore at Belton High School, endured the cold temperaturesalong with other members of the Service-Learning club to perform random seatbelt checks on teen drivers and passengers as they arrived to school. This is the second time Belton High School has won a national grant from the Project Ignition to educate teens on driving.
Kaitlyn De Kan (right), a sophomore at Belton High School, endured the cold temperaturesalong with other members of the Service-Learning club to perform random seatbelt checks on teen drivers and passengers as they arrived to school. This is the second time Belton High School has won a national grant from the Project Ignition to educate teens on driving. Joe Ledford The Kansas City Star
Kaitlyn De Kan (right), a sophomore at Belton High School, endured the cold temperaturesalong with other members of the Service-Learning club to perform random seatbelt checks on teen drivers and passengers as they arrived to school. This is the second time Belton High School has won a national grant from the Project Ignition to educate teens on driving. Joe Ledford The Kansas City Star

Belton one of six high schools in U.S. to get Project Ignition grant

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