Help West Orange High School Win a $100,000 Celebrate My Drive Grant

October 13, 2013 at 11:22 PM

WEST ORANGE, NJ - West Orange High School has registered to participate in the Celebrate My Drive competition, a National Teen Driver Safety Week initiative. More than 3,000 schools across the country have registered.
What's in it for West Orange High School?
1 of 2 Grand Prize Concerts with Kelly Clarkson, plus a $100,000 grant;
1 of 10 $100,000 grants;

1 of 90 $25,000 grants.
What can you do to help?
Go to to register to vote between Oct. 18-26. You will receive alerts to vote and can vote once a day. You have to be 14 and older to vote. You can sign up right now, but MUST register to be able to vote.
Who can help?
Anyone, anywhere in New Jersey, the United States, or the world,  14 and older, can vote once a day for West Orange High School at the website.
Any person 14 years of age or older with an email address is eligible to vote. Forward this e-mail for your family & friends to join & vote. 
What will West Orange High School do with the money if they win?
50 percent of the proceeds would go to  Project Graduation; 25 percent would support the Nikhil Badlani Foundation and the remaining 25 percent would be used in the Driver Education Coursework.
Who's Supporting This?
Former Superintendent Jerry Tarnoff has spearheaded this campaign on behalf of the students attending West Orange High School. In addition to Jerry Tarnoff, the West Orange School District,  PTAs, West Orange Township, local organizations and businesses, parents, relatives, students, and more in West Orange and around the world, will be voting once a day to put West Orange High School in the running for this terrific and free grant opportunity, that only requires the highest amount of votes to win. 
You can also like the Celebrate My Drive Facebook page: for more information.


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