CB South was voted the winner over eight other Bucks County high schools by the “Teen Takes” student writers of the Bucks County Courier Times & The Intelligencer for this video: https://youtu.be/pWCS-I4nfMY
The winning video was put together by seniors John Livezey, Evan Aldridge, Will McAuley, and Jake Martin under the direction of media production teacher Mrs. Jayne Weiss.
“It has been such a rough couple of years,” explained Weiss. “It was so nice to see these guys get a chance to film and work together. They enjoyed making this video and were proud of it. It was nice seeing my students get passionate about a school project. I am just so proud of them”
Central Bucks High School South media production department will now receive a $500 cash grant from TMA Bucks and the PSA will air on Comcast networking in the future.
Other schools that submitted videos this year were: Council Rock High School North, Neshaminy High School, New Hope-Solebury High School, Palisades High School, Pennsbury High School, Quakertown Community High School, Upper Bucks Technical High School, and William Tennent High School.
“A special thank you to all the schools, teachers and students that put together such great videos with even better messaging ,” said TMA Bucks executive director Stephen Noll. “TMA Bucks thanks Comcast and the Bucks County Courier Times and The Intelligencer for continuing to partner with us on this important program.”
As part of the annual Bucks County High School Seatbelt Safety Challenge all participating high schools had the opportunity to produce and submit a 30-second video PSA on teen driver safety. Winners of the Seatbelt Challenge will be announced at a later date.
“Comcast is extremely proud to be a long-time supporter and sponsor of the TMA Bucks Teen Driver Safety Video PSA Challenge,” said Brian Jeter, Comcast’s senior director of government & regulatory affairs. “The creativity the students come up with to create such important driver safety messaging is such a pleasure to see year after year.”