We would like to offer a huge round of applause to all the students who entered the 2014 Drive2Life Student PSA Contest. The submissions were creative and showcased strategies for preventing, avoiding, or getting out of impaired-driving situations.
Special congratulations to the following winners, selected from more than 900 entries from across the country.
Emily M., Cypress Bay High School, Grade 12Runner-Up Winners (Grades 6–8)
Emily R., Shadow Hills Intermediate School, Grade 7
Gabrielle S., Seeley Lake Elementary, Grade 8
Anna C., Careerline Tech Center, Grade 11
BriAnna E., West Scranton High School, Grade 9
For the 2014 Drive2Life Contest, students in grades 6–12 were invited to create a storyboard or written script for a 30-second Public Service Announcement (PSA) that features a scenario showing how teen passengers and drivers can prevent, avoid, or get out of an impaired-driving situation. The Grand Prize winner receives $1,000 and a trip to New York City, where a professional film crew will transform the student’s vision into a 30-second commercial! The four runners-up (two from grades 6–8 and two from grades 9–12) each will receive $500.
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Check back in the fall to find out about the 2015 Drive2Life Contest.