The "S" Days are back again as Greater Sudbury Police, along with a collection of community partners, are preaching snowmobile safety to area high-school students.
In 1993, a snowmobile safety program, "S" Days, was developed and implemented at Lively District Secondary School in response to a rash of snowmobile fatalities at the time.
The goal of the program is to teach kids safe snowmobiling practices. The title "S" Days stands for student, snowmobiles, safety, security and survival.
Throughout the course, local experts will give kids in-class training on topics ranging from the rules of the road, first aid, emergency mechanics and survival skills.
The program is being held Wednesday and Thursday at Lively Secondary School.