LIFELINE PRESENTS "SUDDEN IMPACT" 2016

 

 

Pre-prom Assembly and Activities

 

 

The program is to be held in the courts between the HS and CS from 8:00-12:00. With the help of the Keyport Alliance, Keyport Police Department, Nick Caprio from the Middletown Police Department, Lifeline and its advisors, we will implement the "Sudden Impact" program. The goal is to educate KHS juniors and seniors on the dangers of distracted driving as well driving under the influence. The program begins in the cafeteria with a speaker, Gabe Hurley, a survivor of a near fatal accident as well as Donna Setaro sharing her story. Next, we will have six stations for the participants to visit.

 

 

8:30-9:30 : We will have Gabe Hurley, a survivor of a near fatal distracted driving accident  speak to the junior and senior classes for 45 -60 minutes.

 

 

9:30 : We will move to fields to begin the following activities.

 

 

Approximately 20 students will students will remain at a station for 20 minutes

 

 

Station 1 – Driving golf carts while trying to text

 

 

Station 2 – Driving golf carts while wearing fatal vision goggles

 

 

Station 3 – Game wearing fatal vision goggles

 

 

Station 4 – Sobriety test

 

 

Station 5 – walking around cones while texting

 

 

Station 6 – dribbling soccer ball around cones wearing fatal vision goggles

 

 

 

Each station will have one teacher along with a Lifeline and/or parent volunteer

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
Great American Smoke Out!
The month of November is dedicated to smoking prevention.
Lifeline will be teaching tobacco prevention lessons at the Central School
 
 
 
Week of Respect (Peace Week)

 October 7-11

High School:

Monday – Weekly anti-bullying lesson completed and eachstudent signs pledge at end of lesson

Tuesday – Silhouettes of people are hung in cafeteriawith story of teenagers throughout the country who have committed suicidebecause of bullying

Wednesday – Mix It Up Day: Students are given a randomnumber when arrive at lunch to sit at a different table than usual (studentswho participate will get a raffle ticket to win a movie pass)

Friday – Wear Blue clothing to in honor of Week ofRespect. Mix It Up Day: Students are given a random number when arrive at lunchto sit at a different table than usual (students who participate will get araffle ticket to win a movie pass)

Monday-Survey about Mix it Up Day during HR.

*Lifeline students will make the silhouettes,help facilitate Mix It Up Day & make tie-dye t-shirts to wear

*Announcementswill be read each morning with related fact

 

Violence& Vandalism Awareness Week

October 21-25

High School:

Monday – Weekly anti-bullying lesson

Tuesday – Give students “What you need to know aboutmanaging anger & conflict” card during lunch

Wednesday – Trivia questions during lunch to win raffletickets/ “Team Up Against Violence” day, students are encouraged to wear theirfavorite team jersey

Thursday – During PE, student to participate in a teambuilding activity

Friday – In honor of Stomping out violence in our school,celebrate by wearing our school colors.

*Lifeline students will assist during lunchperiods

*Announcementswill be read each morning with related fact

 

Red RibbonWeek

October 23-31

High School:

Monday – Read RRW story during Bullying lesson; studentssign pledge during lunch & receive bracelet

Tuesday – Hawaiian Day “Lei off Drugs”

Wednesday –Mismatch Day- Don’t get mixed up with drugs.Life Line info table set up. during lunch periods

Thursday – Give 100 Things to Do Instead of Drugsbookmark during lunch

Friday – Wear red day, winner of contest gets lunch fromMcDonald’s

* Lifeline students will assist during lunchperiods each week

 

* Announcementswill be read in the morning in each school giving an important fact, each teacher will be given a red ribbon to hang in their classroom.

 

 
 
 
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