Supporting materials to encourage teens to practice safe walking and biking practices, along with a pre-recorded presentation (Youtube & PDF), Kahoot, and activity sheet.
Dress up for nighttime driving awareness by wearing neon colors to school.
This fun cup-stacking activity can be used to bring awareness to impaired driving and help you start a conversation with your peers about the negative effects impairment has on a person’s ability to complete simple tasks and how teens can speak up for their safety.
This activity will help your team bring awareness to the dangers of impaired driving and help encourage your peers to speak up for safety and promise to always drive sober. At the conclusion of the activity, post your banner in a high-traffic area on your campus to remind your peers of their commitment to never drive impaired.
This activity will help you facilitate a guided discussion with your peers to address their attitudes and behaviors around impaired driving and starts a conversation about the negative effect impairment has on car crashes and how teens can speak up for their safety.
The VR goggles are available for schools, in limited areas, to borrow. The VR goggles offer multiple modules to complete, covering some of the risks a new driver will encounter.