Transfer of safety vests for school to School Wendelinus. More safety for children in traffic, this is the goal of the ADAC, together with Deutsche Post, the organization "A Heart for Children" and the Association of the Automotive Industry. Safety on the way to school is also addressed to the Wendelinus School repeatedly. Since the beginning of the action five years ago all the children of the first years of schooling and they get the bright yellow jackets, which are available to primary schools free of charge.
To particularly highlighting their importance for the safety to and from school for the children, the school in addition to representatives of the ADAC, also the school parents' council, representatives of the community and surrender the high visibility safety vest had invited.
Seifert, district Fulda responsible for school transport and road safety to and from school, underlined in his welcome also the commitment of parents at the school Wendelinus for road safety of children. For four years provided parent guides at approximately 190 school days in the rain, snow and cold in responsible service of the road crossing to school. A project that was realized in collaboration with the school community, the police and the Road Patrol and the municipality Petersberg and the school board.
Günter ADAC took the parents' council chairman Marco as a model to demonstrate the vest children. He explained the meaning of the word traffic detective on the back of the vest. A child with the vest must be careful not only to transport, but also to his classmates. So one could take a child in the middle is that has forgotten his vest.
Children with a safety vest would be seen much better from the motorists, especially in the dark winter months, this even at a distance of up to 140 meters. Visibly elated the new traffic detectives then took her vest of the invited guests at reception, which also helped the children get dressed.
All participating adults agreed to have done with this action a further contribution to road safety of pupils. The admonition to the children to put on the reflective vest every day and not be let at home, Mr. Wohlerdt adopted by the children and thanked those present for their support.