MORSE Code College Scholarship Contest Offers DPS Students Up to $25,000 in Scholarship Awards

October 28, 2011

(Southfield, MI – October 27, 2011) … Detroit Public School (DPS) students (2012 & 2013 graduating classes) have a chance to earn $2,000-$5,000 in college scholarships by entering the MORSE Code (Make Our Roads Safe Everywhere) College Scholarship Contest.

The contest was announced at a press conference Thursday, October 27, 2011 in the Media Center at Martin Luther King Jr. Senior High School- 3200 E. Lafayette in Detroit. School Principal Dr. Deborah Jenkins, DPS Emergency Manager Roy Roberts, DPS Foundation President and CEO Chacona Johnson and contest underwriter Michael Morse of Michael Morse, P.C. outlined the contest and answered questions. Students from Martin Luther King Jr. Senior High School demonstrated the dangers of distracted driving on a simulator provided by State Farm after the press conference.

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