The Gloucester County Highway Safety Taskforce announces its fourteenth annual High School Video Contest
The aim of the Gloucester County Highway Safety Taskforce video contest is for students to use their creativity while promoting highway safety.
Students are permitted to chose one topic from a list of five options: driving under the influence (alcohol), driving under the influence (drugs), distracted driving, drowsy driving, and pedestrian safety. Each video will be judged in its respective category.
The contest is open to students in grades 5–12 currently residing in Gloucester County, or attending high school or middle school in the county. Each team must be made up of a maximum of 6 students and be sponsored and supervised by a teacher.
All entries must include the principal’s consent and contact information for contest entry. The winning teams will be awarded prizes and their video will be shown in a Gloucester County theater.
Each submission must be postmarked by March 1. Late entries will not be considered. Videos should be sent to: Gloucester County Highway Safety Taskforce, ATTN: Detective Nicholas Schock, P.O. Box 623, Woodbury, New Jersey, 08096. Questions or concerns can be addressed by contacting the Taskforce at (856) 384–5640.
For more information, visit www.gcsaferoads.org.