Focus on the Road
Creative education drives lessons deeper than potential consequences. Great work to Mike and his team for giving student’s an experience that will hang with them next time they think a text can’t wait.
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"To teach is to learn twice." -Joseph Joubert
The Suburban Collection's 6th Annual "Focus on the Road" competition tasks students with creating videos to raise awareness about distracted driving.
One school received 2 special honors from the dealer group's contest. Aiden Coffer of Romeo High School took 2nd place and a $1,500 prize, while the school won $1,000 to the charity of its choice for having the most student submissions in the contest.
Michelle Nartey of Troy Athens High School won the $2,500 first place price, and Plymouth-Canton Schools' Eli Iacovoni claimed 3rd and $1,000.
Regional VP for Lithia Motors and the Suburban Collection, Mike Cavanaugh, said it's more important than ever to remind drivers of the danger of distracted driving.