Have fun dress up days to get everyone involved in learning about teen driving dangers. Sunglasses remind about the dangers of driving at night; pajama bottoms about drowsy driving; and seat belts about buckling up.
Invite a guest speaker/entertainer to come to your school.
Spread the message to your community by participating in local parades and festivals.
Add summer driving safety information to student’s report card and send home on the last day of school.
Assemble/decorate disposable lunch trays with safe driving messages on them.
Work with a local business or your school to host a lock-in on one of the most dangerous nights of the year for teen drivers, such as graduation or homecoming. Find sponsors, like a local pizza joint to donate food and drinks.