NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Safe and Sound Schools, a national school safety nonprofit, and actor, Jeremy Ray Taylor (It Chapter 2, Are You Afraid of the Dark?) announced today the launch of The “Good Days” Tour campaign and contest. The “Good Days” Tour asks high school students to think about the culture on their school campus, highlighting the important link between a positive culture within overall school safety.
As part of the back-to-school campaign, Safe and Sound Schools is holding a nationwide contest. Students may apply for their high school to become a stop on The “Good Days” Tour. This fall, the tour will focus on spreading awareness about school safety practices and fostering an inclusive culture for students in ninth through twelfth grades. Tour stop activities during a school assembly will include:
- A SPARK Workshop with Jeremy Ray Taylor
- Musical performance by Chasing da Vinci
- Presentations with Safe and Sound Schools’ Michele Gay & Alissa Parker
- An evening concert for students and families
High school students may visit https://www.safeandsoundschools.org/tour to submit a video application by August 31, 2019 at 11:59 PST. Safe and Sound Schools will announce three winning high schools to serve as tour stops on The “Good Days” Tour in September. No purchase is necessary and eligible schools must be located in the United States and the District of Columbia. For details about eligibility requirements, official rules and disclosure, please https://www.safeandsoundschools.org/tour.
Thank you to Proper Food for supporting Safe and Sound Schools in NYC.
About Safe and Sound Schools
Michele Gay and Alissa Parker founded Safe and Sound Schools in 2013, following the tragic deaths of their children at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Safe and Sound Schools works with school communities and mental health, law enforcement, and safety professionals to create and ensure the safest possible learning environment for all youth. The non-profit organization delivers crisis-prevention, response, and recovery programs, tools, and resources, backed by national experts, to educate all members of the school community. For more information, visit www.safeandsoundschools.org.