The Crossway Driving School at Crossway College has a new mission: helping children learn to drive safely in cross-border traffic.

The school was founded in 2015 by local business owners, and opened last year. 

The Crossway School for Pediatric Trauma in Minneapolis opened in the spring of 2018.

It was the first hospital in the Twin Cities to offer a trauma center for kids to receive trauma care, and the first one in Minnesota to do so as a pilot program. 

In its first year, the Crossway Drive School for Trauma enrolled 50 kids.

That number has grown to about 70. 

There are no limits to how many kids can be enrolled.

The clinic offers specialized pediatrics care for kids in the cross state, including a program to help them develop an understanding of their own body and the effects of trauma. 

As the school grows, more kids are coming in.

And they’re doing it with an understanding that it’s a privilege to be part of a clinic like this.

“We want to empower them, we want to make sure they’re learning skills that are relevant to their future and our society,” Dr. Michael Wibison, the clinic’s clinical director, told the Star Tribune. 

“There’s no doubt that our trauma patients have a lot of medical challenges and they’ve really benefited from the trauma center.

But we think we’re making the world a better place by helping them learn how to be safe and responsible in the way they’re using this technology,” Wibinson added. 

I was at the clinic last week to see how the kids were doing.

They were a mix of boys and girls. 

At first, I thought it was a bit strange, as there was only one boy at the school, but then I realized that the children were in their teens and twenties.

I had no idea what I was looking at.

It’s a small clinic, but the staff is incredibly knowledgeable.

It has an understanding about how to manage trauma patients and what it takes to make them comfortable and comfortable. 

We have a great atmosphere.

We’re open to the idea of a lot more people being able to come in and participate. 

It’s also a learning environment, as we’re going to do a lot with this technology and our kids are going to learn from us. 

They’re going through a lot together and it’s going to be interesting to see what happens. 

If you want to learn more about the Crossways Trauma Clinic, visit their website here. 

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