Coinciding with the recent announcement that all schools in Pennsylvania will remain closed for the rest of the academic year, TMA Bucks will be unable conduct final surveys for the 2020 Bucks County High School Seatbelt Safety Challenge. This means for the first time since the program began in 2007, we will not have winners.
TMA Bucks thanks all the administrators, faculty and students who worked so hard this year to promote seatbelt safety at their schools. This year’s effort has not gone unnoticed and the positive impact on schools and communities remains meaningful despite there being no official winner!
These are unprecedented and challenging times for everyone, and programs like the Seatbelt Challenge are a reminder of how everyone involved comes together to make positive changes! Each school, each administrator, each teacher and each student involved in the program wins.
Despite the outcome of this year’s Seatbelt Challenge, there are schools that still plan to submit entries for the Teen Driver Safety Video PSA Challenge powered by Comcast! More details will soon follow. Students and schools that are willing and able to submit entries are welcome to do so and should contact TMA Bucks for more information.
We would like to thank our premier sponsor AAA Mid-Atlantic as well as supporting sponsors Automotive Training Center (Warminster campus), Bucks County Community College, Bucks County Courier Times and Intelligencer, Fred Beans Family Of Dealerships, Jefferson Health – Northeast, McMahon Associates, Senator Tommy Tomlinson, Univest and Visit Bucks County.
TMA Bucks thanks everyone for their understanding in this situation and looks forward to working with our schools again soon! Stay safe and remain healthy!