School Bus Safety - Student Video Contest!
As part of School Bus Safety Week (October 18-24), Safety Services Nova Scotia is holding their annual Student Video Contest.
There will be three categories for school grade levels, and up for grabs is $500! Elementary, Middle/Junior High, and High School students are all invited to submit a video with a message about why motorists have to stop for a school bus with red lights flashing.
- Create a video between 30 - 90 seconds in length, and no more than 10 MB in size.
- Complete the 2015 Student Video Contest registration form on www.schoolbussafety.ca
- Upload your video to the website (if you have any trouble, email firstname.lastname@example.org).
What are the judges looking for?
Elementary students: Share a message telling bus drivers why they are awesome, and motorists that they have to stop for school buses!
Middle/Junior High and High School students: Produce a video with a creative message telling drivers they must stop for the school bus when it is stopped with its red lights flashing and stop arm extended. The consequences include are steep financial fines, merit point deductions from your driver's license, and possible charges.
Visit www.schoolbussafety.ca for all the information!
Check out videos from previous years at https://www.youtube.com/user/SafetyServicesNS