DRSR


Driving on the Right Side of the Road

Driving on the Right Side of the Road (DRSR) is a TxDOT funded project aimed at elementary through high school students and teachers which infuses traffic safety lessons into social studies, language arts, health, and math curricula. Through DRSR, the Texas Municipal Courts Education Center (TMCEC) has developed numerous traffic safety storybooks and lessons that it distributes to schools free of charge. To achieve its goal of reaching over 60,000 teachers and students in Texas each year, TMCEC regularly conducts teacher trainings/workshops, sets up information and giveaway booths at school-related conferences, attends other community outreach events, and ships materials to those schools that request them.

 

U.S. Pocket Constitutions!

These Constitutions are available for your court, classroom, and community group, as long as supplies last!  Download the form below by clicking on the image, fill it out, and fax/email/regular mail it to:

Elizabeth De La Garza, TxDOT Grant Administrator, 2210 Hancock Drive, Austin, 78756

elizabeth@tmcec.com

FAX 512.435.6118

 

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DRSR in The Recorder

The Journal of Texas Municipal Courts

April 2017 - Driving on the Right Side of the Road, page 22 and Monkey Book Update!, page 24.

February 2017 - DRSR Selected for Award, page 2 and DRSR Curriculum:  Traffic Safety, page 30.

August 2016 - Introducing our new book Don't Monkey Around with Safety in Your Neighborhood, page 17.

April 2016 - Community Outreach, A Sample Lesson, page 25.

January 2016 - Keeping the Kids in your Community Safe Using DRSR, page 32.

November 2015 - Community Outreach Traffic Safety: Before Your Visit, page 44.

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For more information contact TMCEC at 800.252.3718
A project of the Texas Municipal Courts Education Center
in cooperation with the Texas Department of Transportation
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