On Monday, January 20, in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr’s day of service initiative, students from Ursuline Academy and Salesianum School gathered to film a video designed to send a strong message regarding the dangers of drinking and driving.
Ursuline’s National Honor Society (NHS) students wrote the script, designed sets and props, and performed in the production sponsored by SmartDrive’s Prom Promise program. SmartDrive, started by Pete and Susan Booker in conjunction with the Delmarva Broadcasting Corporation, is an organization whose goal is to educate teens to the dangers of inattentive driving, as well as to teach responsible driving strategies.
This video will be viewed by over 150 schools in the region, and will undoubtedly save lives.
A special thanks to the following students for a job well done: Elizabeth Coniglio, Nicole Farina, Rocio Posada, Rebecca Clark, Victoria Griffiths, Victoria Urban, Sarah Heins, Kennedy Wong, Valerie Quinones, Makenzie Hendron, Chuhan Zhou, Emma Field, Olivia Loncki, Jenna Kirk, Hannah Gladnick, Alyson Kerrigan, Siani Faison, Dan McFadden, Adam Desch, Ian Hahn, Dan Donaher, Luke Morgan, and Corey Manley.
Ms. Sylvia and Ms. Williams, the National Honor Society moderators, also wish to thank Principal Zogby for her support of this project. Please click on the link below to view the video: