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Online voting is now open. Check out the Champion Schools Projects below and then vote for your favorite campaign. You can cast one vote per computer, per day. Schools with the most votes will earn extra points in the judging round.
Hurry, voting ends May 31st!
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2013 | Objective: The objective of our project is to enlighten the young nation of drivers and to ongoing and relentless epidemic of roadway speeding and high rising numbers of injuries and fatalities as a result of these irresponsible actions.
2013 | This proposal will describe a Driver Education Project based on Turn Signal Neglect (TSN) to be implemented with an 11th grade Driver Education group of 20 students; in the Newark NJ, urban school district, specifically Barringer High School. This project is centered on Turn Signal Neglect, based on a study conducted by the Society of Automotive Engineers stating that TSN is causing millions of car crashes per year and may be more dangerous than distracted driving. Whether the driver is lazy, inconsiderate, not focused, or because the use of hand-held devices, it is becoming more and more prevalent and it is an issue that must be addressed immediately.
2013 | S.T.O.M.P. (Students Taking Out Measures of Prevention) Out Distracted Driving is the focus of Belleville’s educational campaign. We began our project by setting our goals and objectives and developing a time frame for events. We created a pre-survey to introduce our campaign and to gather data on the scope of driving behaviors distracting our students. The survey was completed by 1,200 members of our student body.
2013 | Textbusters will focus on the dangers of texting and driving. It is being coordinated by the Advertising Media Applications class. Everyone in the school is invited to X the TXT on Wednesday, April 3rd. We will have giveaways and raffles and maybe a few surprises, too.
The Bloomfield SADD chapter is working with the Bloomfield police department to install a speed bump behind the high school. It is in dedication to a 16 year old junior who was killed in a tragic car crash earlier this year, because of a speeding vehicle.
2013 | As a part of our UGOT Brains campaign we are making our school and the community aware of the dangers associated with youth driving under the influence.
2013 | We are going to create another song that will be applied to our 10 minute video featuring interviews, scenes from different clubs/organizations, students traveling across the street to our elementary school and our version of the Harlem Shake spreading the words Don’t Text and Drive.
2013 | We want to send the message that anything that takes away from your 100% focus on the road is a foul (infraction). From, ipods to phones & GPS's our society has created so many tools to distract. We want our eyes & brains back on the road to make it safer for everyone.
2013 | Our project is all about the dangers of distracted driving. Young drivers are constantly piling an illegal amount of friends into the car. Conversations, arguments, and loud music are a few of the high risk dangers that are associated with distracted driving. Our video reflects upon these dangers and simulates these situations and the harmful consequences that these distractions cause.
2013 | Colonia High School students will be engaged in the process of assessing both students’ awareness of GDL laws as well as their feelings about how the laws impact their safety.
2013 | SafeRides MapSO (Maplewood/South Orange) provides teens with a free and confidential service for any student in the Maplewood/South Orange community when trying to get a ride home at the end of the night.
2013 | Project Y focuses on asking teen drivers why they make poor decisions while driving. The goal of Project Y is to find out why they drive distracted and to find solutions for preventing it.
2013 | The Teens Dying to Drive Organization wanted to build onto their project that was started last year. The main focus is to make teens aware that the #1 killer of teens today between the ages of 14-20 are dying in automobile crashes.
2013 | The SADD members of Delran High School are coming together to address the lack of communication between new drivers and their parents and the lack of awareness about GDL laws in general.
2013 | We will do a campaign in school promoting the project and safe driving. There will also be a video that shows the consequences of distracted driving, which we will promote as well in school and online. The video will show someone driving having happy thoughts and flashing back to happy moments of his life then gets distracted and all his thoughts reverse and fade away.
2013 | Just Drive! is a campaign to make our community aware of the dangers of distracted driving. In coordination with DCH Auto, the Edison Municipal Alliance, and the Edison Police Department, we are educating our drivers on the dangers of activites such as texting while driving, eating while driving, etc.
2013 | Victims of Volume III with “Driver Ed and his Posse focuses on educating students, teachers and community members about the dangers of Distracted Driving. In order to communicate this message, we are inviting noted guest speakers to address these issues.
2013 | Our project is trying to reach out to parents and teenagers to let them know what safe driving is all about. We want to educate parents and teens about the dangerous consequences that can result from teenage driving accidents.
2013 | The Freehold Regional High School District strives to help teen drivers consider the real consequences of their choices: from losing a license and/or insurance coverage to losing relationships, mobility, or even their lives.
2013 | Freehold Township High School's Patriot Passenger Project’s “I Matter” Campaign seeks to create awareness of how passengers can both help and hinder a driver’s ability to safely navigate a vehicle, as well as teach students how to drive without harm.