FORT BEND ISD (Covering Fort Bend News) – Fort Bend ISD congratulates Austin, Dulles and Kempner high schools for being named the top three high schools in the district’s safe driving competition. Sponsored by Safe2Save and State Farm, the contest welcomed competitors from six FBISD high schools to participate by downloading the Safe2Save mobile app and driving undistracted throughout April to accrue points.
FBISD’s Michael Madden of Student Leadership and Steven Shiels of Counseling and Postsecondary Readiness helped organize the district-level contest and joined representatives from Safe2Save and State Farm in visiting the campuses to make check presentations.
As the first-place winner, Austin High School received a $2,000 competition prize and $500 for a teachers’ luncheon. Dulles High School earned a $1,375 prize as the second-place winner, and Kempner High School received $1,250 as the third-place winner.
The contest also named individual student and teacher winners, with first place winners receiving a $75 gift card and second place winners receiving a $50 gift card.