North Dakota has no laws that require children to wear bike helmets, but one local second grade class is working to change that.
Some states require children to wear
Beth Anderson’s second grade class has been working to make a difference in the community.
They have done extensive research and have been working on this project for months and soon it will be presented to local officials, hopefully to change the law.
Miller Elementary’s second grader
Miller Elementary School second
Anderson says, “We have a group of kids that want to create a billboard and we have been lucky enough to have Newman signs and
They’re even making a commercial for their upcoming presentation. Threefold, a professional media company, came in to help–and was pretty shocked with how well they were prepared.
Threefold Media Company MAKER Adam Kempenich says “They had a lot of really interesting questions that I didn’t expect. Everything from– I was asked should we shoot this outdoors? What location should we film this on? Should we film this on a
“The biggest thing I want everyone to remember is these kids came from them to the very start through the entire process,” says Anderson.
Glinz adds, “It’s important for kids to wear helmets because grown
They will be presenting all their hard work on March 25th at Miller Elementary.
Address: Miller Elementary, 1989 N. 20th St.
Time: 2:00 p.m.
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