Friday, November 17, 2017

James Clemens PSA On Teen Sex Crime Dangers Wins National Competition

Posted by John Peck in General

Representatives from KinderVision, a teen peer-to-peer crime prevention program, visited James Clemens High School to honor the winners of a national teen PSA contest.
Students Riley Neal and Robert White from the JCHS JetsPress produced, “How Well Do You Know Your Friends” and entered it in the “Greatest Save Teen PSA Program” sponsored by KinderVision.
The 30-second spot featured a social setting in which a young man slips a drug
in a drink he was retrieving for a female friend. (View it in this link: 
Congratulations to the students and their teacher, Clay Combs, for winning the
State Sen. Bill Holtzclaw presented a $1,500 check for KinderVision’s continued work
and to the JCHS JetsPress program. (More on KinderVision at
Madison Police Chief Dave Jernigan and Madison County Assistant
District Attorney Kevin Turner attended today’s ceremony, along with JCHS
Principal Dr. Brian Clayton and MCS Chief Academic Officer Dr. Heather

Student winners and KinderVision officials in a group photo in school
Photo front row (L-R) students Riley Neal and Robby White, State Sen. Bill
Holtzclaw, KinderVision founder Doug Sebastian, KinderVision State Program
Director Tammy Smith. Back Row: James Clemens Principal Dr. Brian Clayton and
JCHS teacher Clay Combs.

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