Sacred Heart competes for votes in State Farm Insurance Drive 2N2 campaign


Administrators rally for Sacred Heart in State Farm Campaign

Sacred Heart Principal Dr. Gary Manning and Assistant Principal Holly Wilson sit atop one of Sacred Heart’s school buses Thursday morning as it is parked along west U.S. Highway 50 to raise awareness and garner votes in the State Farm “Celebrate My Drive” $100,000 grant contest. As part of the 2N2 campaign, SHS has been promoting and advocating safe driving including two hands on the wheel and two eyes on the road. Sacred Heart needs to place in the top 11 schools in its category to win one of 22 national grants. The school plans to use part of the funding to purchase a new bus. Both administrators said they were grateful for all the community support they had received and the support of area Catholic schools in the voting process.


Dr. Gary Manning, Sacred Heart principal, and Holly Wilson, assistant principal at SHS, turn to speak to one of several supporters who stopped and offered encouragement to the duo. Manning and Wilson sat on the roof of the bus from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday to make motorists aware of the State Fair “Celebrate my Drive Campaign. A SHS parent and State Farm Agent Bryan Jenkins told the school about the national campaign. The student council at Sacred Heart implemented the safe driving campaign at SHS.


A banner on the side of a Sacred Heart School bus explains how the school plans to spend the $100,000 if they are chosen as one of 11 finalists in the State Farm Drive 2N2 campaign. If the school wins, a portion of the grant money will be used to replace the school bus, which is 16 years old. Individuals can cast a vote at www.celebratemydrive.com through Friday. Voters must be 14 years old and can cast one vote per email address.


Sacred Heart Principal Dr. Gary Manning and SHS Assistant Principal Holly Wilson encourage motorists to honk when driving by as a sign of support for the school’s efforts to purchase a new bus as part of State Farm’s Celebrate My Drive campaign. Selected as one of 100 schools to make the finals in the campaign, the school needs to finish in the top 11 in the small school division to win a $100,000 grant.


Administrators rally for Sacred Heart in State Farm Campaign

Sacred Heart Principal Dr. Gary Manning and Assistant Principal Holly Wilson sit atop one of Sacred Heart’s school buses Thursday morning as it is parked along west U.S. Highway 50 to raise awareness and garner votes in the State Farm “Celebrate My Drive” $100,000 grant contest. As part of the 2N2 campaign, SHS has been promoting and advocating safe driving including two hands on the wheel and two eyes on the road. Sacred Heart needs to place in the top 11 schools in its category to win one of 22 national grants. The school plans to use part of the funding to purchase a new bus. Both administrators said they were grateful for all the community support they had received and the support of area Catholic schools in the voting process.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_tsd111315bus11.jpgSacred Heart Principal Dr. Gary Manning and Assistant Principal Holly Wilson sit atop one of Sacred Heart’s school buses Thursday morning as it is parked along west U.S. Highway 50 to raise awareness and garner votes in the State Farm “Celebrate My Drive” $100,000 grant contest. As part of the 2N2 campaign, SHS has been promoting and advocating safe driving including two hands on the wheel and two eyes on the road. Sacred Heart needs to place in the top 11 schools in its category to win one of 22 national grants. The school plans to use part of the funding to purchase a new bus. Both administrators said they were grateful for all the community support they had received and the support of area Catholic schools in the voting process.

Dr. Gary Manning, Sacred Heart principal, and Holly Wilson, assistant principal at SHS, turn to speak to one of several supporters who stopped and offered encouragement to the duo. Manning and Wilson sat on the roof of the bus from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday to make motorists aware of the State Fair “Celebrate my Drive Campaign. A SHS parent and State Farm Agent Bryan Jenkins told the school about the national campaign. The student council at Sacred Heart implemented the safe driving campaign at SHS.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_tsd111315bus21.jpgDr. Gary Manning, Sacred Heart principal, and Holly Wilson, assistant principal at SHS, turn to speak to one of several supporters who stopped and offered encouragement to the duo. Manning and Wilson sat on the roof of the bus from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday to make motorists aware of the State Fair “Celebrate my Drive Campaign. A SHS parent and State Farm Agent Bryan Jenkins told the school about the national campaign. The student council at Sacred Heart implemented the safe driving campaign at SHS.

A banner on the side of a Sacred Heart School bus explains how the school plans to spend the $100,000 if they are chosen as one of 11 finalists in the State Farm Drive 2N2 campaign. If the school wins, a portion of the grant money will be used to replace the school bus, which is 16 years old. Individuals can cast a vote at www.celebratemydrive.com through Friday. Voters must be 14 years old and can cast one vote per email address.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_tsd111315bus31.jpgA banner on the side of a Sacred Heart School bus explains how the school plans to spend the $100,000 if they are chosen as one of 11 finalists in the State Farm Drive 2N2 campaign. If the school wins, a portion of the grant money will be used to replace the school bus, which is 16 years old. Individuals can cast a vote at www.celebratemydrive.com through Friday. Voters must be 14 years old and can cast one vote per email address.

Sacred Heart Principal Dr. Gary Manning and SHS Assistant Principal Holly Wilson encourage motorists to honk when driving by as a sign of support for the school’s efforts to purchase a new bus as part of State Farm’s Celebrate My Drive campaign. Selected as one of 100 schools to make the finals in the campaign, the school needs to finish in the top 11 in the small school division to win a $100,000 grant.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_tsd111315bus41.jpgSacred Heart Principal Dr. Gary Manning and SHS Assistant Principal Holly Wilson encourage motorists to honk when driving by as a sign of support for the school’s efforts to purchase a new bus as part of State Farm’s Celebrate My Drive campaign. Selected as one of 100 schools to make the finals in the campaign, the school needs to finish in the top 11 in the small school division to win a $100,000 grant.

Sacred Heart Principal Dr. Gary Manning and Assistant Principal Holly Wilson sit atop one of Sacred Heart’s school buses Thursday morning as it is parked along west U.S. Highway 50 to raise awareness and garner votes in the State Farm “Celebrate My Drive” $100,000 grant contest. As part of the 2N2 campaign, SHS has been promoting and advocating safe driving including two hands on the wheel and two eyes on the road. Sacred Heart needs to place in the top 11 schools in its category to win one of 22 national grants. The school plans to use part of the funding to purchase a new bus. Both administrators said they were grateful for all the community support they had received and the support of area Catholic schools in the voting process.

Dr. Gary Manning, Sacred Heart principal, and Holly Wilson, assistant principal at SHS, turn to speak to one of several supporters who stopped and offered encouragement to the duo. Manning and Wilson sat on the roof of the bus from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday to make motorists aware of the State Fair “Celebrate my Drive Campaign. A SHS parent and State Farm Agent Bryan Jenkins told the school about the national campaign. The student council at Sacred Heart implemented the safe driving campaign at SHS.

A banner on the side of a Sacred Heart School bus explains how the school plans to spend the $100,000 if they are chosen as one of 11 finalists in the State Farm Drive 2N2 campaign. If the school wins, a portion of the grant money will be used to replace the school bus, which is 16 years old. Individuals can cast a vote at www.celebratemydrive.com through Friday. Voters must be 14 years old and can cast one vote per email address.

Sacred Heart Principal Dr. Gary Manning and SHS Assistant Principal Holly Wilson encourage motorists to honk when driving by as a sign of support for the school’s efforts to purchase a new bus as part of State Farm’s Celebrate My Drive campaign. Selected as one of 100 schools to make the finals in the campaign, the school needs to finish in the top 11 in the small school division to win a $100,000 grant.

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