Student Video to Air on TV Stations Across State during Work Zone Awareness Week
NASHVILLE – Students at Halls High School in Lauderdale County gathered this morning for a special assembly to congratulate 18 Halls High students for winning top prize in the Tennessee Department of Transportation’s first ever Project Orange Video Contest. The teens’ 25 second winning video entitled “Halls High Safety Video: Between the Barrels Video Contest” was chosen from among 76 video entries by students across the state. The video shows the tragedy that can unfold when a group of teenagers makes a bad decision while traveling through a work zone. The video began airing today on television stations across the state to spotlight the importance of safe driving in work zones during Work Zone Awareness Week, April 6 – 10.