Riverdale High School’s Road Warriors are competing in a national program called Act Out Loud. Act Out Loud is a national competition promoting safe driving for teens.
In honor of national Youth Traffic Safety Month, and in hopes of saving teen lives this summer, National Organizations for Youth Safety and The Allstate Foundation teamed up to develop a contest called Act Out Loud: Raising Voices for Safe Teen Driving.
The Riverdale Road Warriors had the opportunity to create a commercial to discourage distracted driving and have the chance to win $10,000 for Riverdale. Voting is May 10-21 and we are asking that you go on actoutloud.org and vote for the Road Warriors.
You can vote once a day every day during the voting process. The team was chosen as one of the top 20 out of the entire nation and the only team from Tennessee! We sincerely hope everyone who can vote will join us to make the streets a safer place to be!
Riverdale High School Road Warriors
Mary Ellen Smith, Advisor
(Mary Ellen Smith grew up in Cannon County and still calls it home. She is a board member at the Arts Center of Cannon County and performs on stage multiple times a year, attends First Baptist in Woodbury and is a 1992 graduate of Cannon County High. She is now a theatre teacher at Riverdale High School in Murfreesboro.)