Student Voices Contest

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“With a submission deadline of February 16, 2018, youth will bring personal perspective and insight to the issue of reaching out to peers who feel alone or different or often not seen or heard by others. The winning entries in the categories of Written, Spoken and Visual will receive monetary awards and their entries will be on display at the SAVE Promise Club Youth Summit on April 21, 2018. Some entries will also be used in Sandy Hook Promise’s promotional material. In addition to the monetary award for students, the teacher or adult champion named in the contest submission will also receive a monetary award.

We want youth voices and ideas to be heard in creating more caring and inclusive environments. By thinking critically and expressing themselves on issues related to promoting inclusiveness and kindness, youth can prevent violence, bullying and self-harm. Creative expressions will foster critical thinking that leads to actions that can prevent gun violence – and other forms of violence and self-harm now and in generations to come.”

Please contact Mrs. Vokes for questions, more information, or if you want to be involved!

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Student Voices Contest