Introducing the Winners of the 2024 Impaired Driving Student Video Contest

Impaired Driving Student (Credits: The Sun Newspapers)

This winter marked a big moment as the Office of the Attorney General and its allies hosted the second “Impaired? No Time to Drive” contest aimed at high school students. The competition encouraged participants to create videos that highlighted the risks and repercussions of impaired driving.

The contest sought to foster creativity and originality and spread a crucial message among peers about the dangers of driving under the influence.

Impaired Driving Simulation (Credits: Bellevue Reporter)

Participants, either working solo or in teams, were evaluated on the effectiveness of their message, the creativity, and the originality of their videos. Every student who took the challenge was rewarded with 10 hours of community service, contributing towards their graduation prerequisites.

The announcement of the winners is a moment of pride and celebration. The top honor went to a talented group from MacArthur High School: Nya Byers, Ava Grassia, and Elizabeth Landes. Their outstanding video earned them first place and a $300 Visa gift card as a token of recognition for their impactful work.

Impaired Driving Training Course (Credits: WHAS11)

The “Impaired? No Time to Drive” initiative’s success is a testament to several organizations’ collaborative efforts. The partnership includes the Office of the Attorney General, the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration, the Washington Regional Alcohol Program, the District Department of Transportation, DC Public Schools, and the George Washington University Hospital.

Each played a pivotal role in bringing this essential educational campaign to life. As we congratulate the winners and all participants, it’s clear that this initiative has successfully engaged students in a meaningful discussion about safe driving practices and the importance of making responsible choices.

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