TMA Bucks, a nonprofit transportation management association, has recently announced the entries for this year’s Teen Driver Safety Video PSA Challenge powered by Comcast.
Students at Council Rock High School North in Newtown Township submitted an entry for the contest.
The challenge was open to all high schools in the area, who were invited to produce and submit a 30-second video public service announcement on any aspect of teen driver safety.
The challenge is part of TMA’s annual Bucks County High School Seatbelt Safety Challenge, which aims to promote safe driving habits among teens.
The winning video, to be announced later this spring, will be selected after all participating Seatbelt Challenge schools take part in the voting process.
The winning school will be awarded a $500 cash grant and their video will be broadcasted on Comcast’s network, reaching a wider audience and promoting the importance of safe driving habits among teenagers.
The challenge serves as a reminder for teens to prioritize road safety and be responsible while driving, keeping in mind the importance of following traffic rules, wearing seatbelts, and avoiding distractions while driving.
Below are the submissions:
CENTRAL BUCKS HIGH SCHOOL EAST
CENTRAL BUCKS HIGH SCHOOL SOUTH
COUNCIL ROCK HIGH SCHOOL NORTH
HOLY GHOST PREP
NESHAMINY HIGH SCHOOL
NEW HOPE-SOLEBURY HIGH SCHOOL
PALISADES HIGH SCHOOL
PENNSBURY HIGH SCHOOL
QUAKERTOWN COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL
TRUMAN HIGH SCHOOL
UPPER BUCKS TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL
WILLIAM TENNENT HIGH SCHOOL