Nothing says 'I love you,' quite like saving their life, and Rider High School students hope to do just that with their Valentine's Day Texting Campaign.
This week students at Rider are asking the community to put the "X on text" to help keep people from texting while driving.
Throughout the week students will take the pledge putting their thumb prints on a banner, they'll also be passing out thumb rings that say "texting kills", and have t-shirts for sale.
Event organizers say the campaign shows students that it's not just the driver who could be impacted.
"When kids no that their actions don't only effect them, but also effect everyone around them," said Lee Williamson.
The media department is also adding to the campaign by creating promotional videos and writing newspaper articles on the topic.