Can you believe that the end of 2019 is just days away? It has been a busy year for California SADD, one of growth and expanded opportunities for our students and chapters. We have our core campaigns like Rock the Belt (seatbelt safety campaign) and Textless Live More. Did you know that we can help you customize a program and bring external partners to the table to make your event amazing, and your message heard within your community? Our California staff has been hard at work and can be seen at many safety events.
In January, you will receive an email from either Kevin or Vicky, our new Youth Engagement Specialists. They will be here to start your chapter if you aren't already a registered SADD chapter, provide support to your chapter, host events on your campus in regards to student health and safety issues, and to be their all around amazing selves to help you and your chapter thrive.
Getting on the scoreboard here at Reduce Teen Crashes is a great way to challenge schools in your area to be the best. Points are awarded for just about every health and safety type of event that you may host on campus. Highway safety campaign? Yep, you get points for it. Parent programs? Yep, you get points for it. Don't delay, start earning your points today and dominate the Scoreboard.
One of the ways to get involved now is to submit a video to the Driving Skills Challenge 101, Manage the Merge campaign. Chapter members have until January 31 to upload their videos and potentially help your school or program win up to $2500! Now which program would turn down an opportunity for $2500? None, that's right. Visit www.sadd.org/driving-skills-101 today to see contest rules and submit your entries before January 31. Not a SADD chapter? No worries, we can register your school or organization in minutes.
As we say goodbye to 2019 and welcome 2020, let's remember to keep our focus on growth, leadership, health and safety.
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