Friday, August 04, 2017

Two JCHS Students Win National Teen PSA Award

Posted by John Peck in General

A belated shoutout to James Clemens High School and teacher Clay Combs for winning a national competition.

Students from the school’s Jets Press claimed first place in a contest for the best Teen PSA announcement. They were in competition with hundreds of entries from high schools in 21 states across the country.

The PSA “How Well Do You Know Your Friends” can be found here:

Student producers were Riley Neal (left in photo) and Robert White.
Program officials congratulated Mr. Combs and students for winning the competition. “The competition was fierce but your video came out on top. The comments on the ballots were exciting to read. Your students made a big impact with their message.”

Riley Neal an Robert White beside computer monitor with PSA on screen

Students Riley Neal, left, and Robert White, from James Clemens High School

Students overlooking PSA add on computer monitor


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