New Boston High School and Redwater High School place in TxDOT Traffic Safety Competition

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New Boston High School students show off the $1,500 check they received for winning the TxDOT Traffic Safety Public Service Announcement competition held Wednesday in Jefferson.  The students created a video about the hazards of distracted driving and beat out 12 other schools from the TxDOT Atlanta District which covers a nine-county area of Northeast Texas.  The funds will go towards this year’s Project Celebration at the school. Pictured, from left, are: Cass County AgriLife Agent Michelle Valentin, TxDOT Traffic Safety Specialist Irene Webster, New High School students McKenzee Thomas and Mason Reid, Student Advisor Jana Duffer, TxDPS Sgt. Sylvia Jennings and Department of Health and Human Services employee Latonya Garner.

Redwater High School students show off the $1,000 check they received for placing third in the TxDOT Traffic Safety Public Service Announcement competition held Wednesday in Jefferson.  The students created a video about the hazards of distracted driving competing against 12 other schools from the TxDOT Atlanta District which covers a nine-county area of Northeast Texas.  The funds will go towards this year’s Project Celebration at the school. Pictured, from left, are: TxDOT Traffic Safety Specialist Irene Webster, Cass County AgriLife Agent Michelle Valentin, Redwater school students and student advisor.

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