Alpharetta High School’s Cristina Neville is the winner of the Fulton County Schools anti-vaping student video PSA contest.

According to the school district’s website, “The goal of the Anti-Vaping Public Service Announcement Contest is to educate other students and the community about the dangers and risks associated with vaping/e-cigarette use and therefore prevent students from engaging in vaping.”

Neville’s video addresses common myths surrounding vaping and explains real side effects of the vice.

The video production program at Alpharetta High School was awarded a $500 grant and the entire class enjoyed a pizza party courtesy of Student Support Services.

FCS representatives including SSS Assistant Superintendent Dr. Chris Matthews, Director of Student Discipline Maribel Bell and School Board member Katie Reeves made a surprise visit to the school to give the award and announce the winner.

In addition to Neville, Alpharetta High School students Paige Tucci and Parker Henry received Honorable Mentions.

Other Honorable Mentions include Emma Stoddard and Lilly Meyer of Autrey Mill Middle School; Blaney Hudson, Luke Keener and Chase Reichenbach of Roswell High School and Samyra Raye of Hapeville Career Academy.

Winning videos can be viewed on the school district’s website at www.fultonschools.org/Page/11532.

Alpharetta High student wins anti-vaping PSA contest

 

Alpharetta High School’s Cristina Neville is the winner of the Fulton County Schools anti-vaping student video PSA contest. 

According to the school district’s website, “The goal of the Anti-Vaping Public Service Announcement Contest is to educate other students and the community about the dangers and risks associated with vaping/e-cigarette use and therefore prevent students from engaging in vaping.”

Neville’s video addresses common myths surrounding vaping and explains real side effects of the vice.

The video production program at Alpharetta High School was awarded a $500 grant and the entire class enjoyed a pizza party courtesy of Student Support Services.

FCS representatives including SSS Assistant Superintendent Dr. Chris Matthews, Director of Student Discipline Maribel Bell and School Board member Katie Reeves made a surprise visit to the school to give the award and announce the winner.

In addition to Neville, Alpharetta High School students Paige Tucci and Parker Henry received Honorable Mentions.

Other Honorable Mentions include Emma Stoddard and Lilly Meyer of Autrey Mill Middle School; Blaney Hudson, Luke Keener and Chase Reichenbach of Roswell High School and Samyra Raye of Hapeville Career Academy.

Winning videos can be viewed on the school district’s website at www.fultonschools.org/Page/11532.

 

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