Dickson County and Creek Wood high schools have a chance to win $100,000 and a school concert featuring ‘American Idol’ and Grammy Award-winner Kelly Clarkson in a new national program called Celebrate My Drive. Presented by State Farm Insurance, Celebrate My Drive will award 10 $100,000 grants, 90 $25,000 grants and two concerts featuring Clarkson to schools across the country that receive the most safe driving commitments during National Teen Safe Driver Week. From Oct. 18 through Oct. 26, supporters can go online to celebratemydrive.com and make a safe driving commitment. Dickson County Sheriff Jeff Bledsoe, Director of Schools Dr. Danny Weeks and local State Farm agents announced Tuesday that both Dickson County and Creek Wood are registered for the campaign. During the commitment period, students, teachers, administrators, parents and community members can make one commitment per day at celebratemydrive.com. Schools will be divided into two categories for enrollments above and below 750 students. The Dickson County Sheriff’s Office’s Traffic Safety Awareness and Education Program will be promoting the Celebrate My Drive campaign through its Facebook page No More Crashes. “Motor vehicle crashes are the number one cause of death among teens in North America, so please talk to your teen about traffic safety and vote for your respective high school,” said Deputy Paul Montgomery, coordinator for the safety program. Winning schools will be announced in December. Clarkson was the first winner on “American Idol” in 2002 and has sold over 20 million albums and won two Grammy awards.