High School Student Program

High School Student Program (45 to 60 minutes):

Theme:  Realities concerning “choices” we make

Objectives of the program:

  • Provide an overview of the safety issues facing students
  • Assist teachers in ways to educate students to the problems and safety measures to resolve them
  • The CPN-NC “Right Choice” message is given
  • Emphasis is a “no nag and wag” approach – we don’t nag at them or wag our finger in their face – the students don’t get lectures or blame. The focus is on them making choices – the Right Choice.
  • There are two phases of this program here as well – one is an assembly, before large groups of students, the other is individual class room activities

What to Expect from the Program:

  • Speakers, using multimedia images, who will help students identify the problems and the consequences of behavior
  • Visual aides that bring a reality to the problems,  help students to identify behavior as theirs
  • Because of the “No Nag and Wag” approach, students take ownership of the assembly or classroom phases
  • Opportunities for students themselves to be a part of the program as active partners
  • The Crash Prevention Network – NC’s Educational Bus activities are discussed and on request, the bus will actually be at the school for the students  to tour (see our menu bar that talks about what is on the bus)
  • Teacher resources for follow-up and classroom activities are made available
  • NCDPI Standard Course of Study is referenced with all activities

CPN-NC NOTE: Image in this drop down presentation have been taken from the actual programs being brought to schools and can serve as a sample of what the program consists of


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