Laura Chesner Staff Writer [email protected] On Monday, April 15, the Bremond High School student body took part in a DWI program on campus. Students, local first responders, faculty and staff volunteered to be an injured person, or a dead body or even the grim reaper in an interactive program meant to drive home the seriousness of drinking and driving. Police, EMS and fire vehicles were on campus to participate in the program and to lend authenticity to the scene that unfolded. The two-day program is designed to educate students, parents, and the community about the serious issue of underage drinking and driving, by providing a realistic experience and encouraging them to make positive choices. The "Shattered Dreams" program involves the dramatization of an alcohol-related crash on or near a high school campus, complete with police and EMS response, emergency room treatment, family notifications, and the arrest and booking of the driver.