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Brecksville-Broadview Heights City School District News Article

BBHHS Students Launch Drive to Stay Alive Campaign

To help raise awareness regarding the dangers of distracted driving, students in the Video Production Class at Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School recently launched the “Drive to Stay Alive” social media campaign. Targeted mainly towards teens and younger adults, the campaign seeks to use posters and engaging social media content to highlight the risks associated with distracted driving, and as a result, generate an increased awareness throughout the entire BBHCSD community around this important safety issue. Students, staff, parents, and community members can follow the “Drive to Stay Alive” campaign on Twitter (@drive_stay)and Instagram (@TheDriveToStayAlive) to view the latest original content created by our talented students. The “Drive to Stay Alive” campaign is part of the Just Drive competition sponsored by the NJM Insurance Group. Winning submissions will receive grants towards the purchase of new equipment. Congratulations to the BBHHS Video Production Class for their creative efforts towards promoting safe driving in our communities. 

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