Did you know that an inclusive and positive school culture makes for a safer school community? This year, Safe and Sound Schools is kicking off back-to-school with the “Good Days” Tour and Contest, and asking students to think about their campus community, and how they create “Good Days.”
The “Good Days” Tour and Contest is campaign aimed at promoting positive school culture in high schools across the country.
We are teaming up with teen actor Jeremy Ray Taylor and the band Chasing da Vinci to bring “Good Days” to your school. Jeremy Ray Taylor is an American actor best known for his lead roles as “Ben” in the hit film IT and “Sonny” in Goosebumps 2. Chasing da Vinci is a sibling “acoustic-pop” band and also the singers and songwriters of the original song “Good Days.”
Bring Live Music and Workshops to Your High School
Applying is easy. Simply fill our the application and your high school could become one of the winning schools to serve as a tour stop this school year. Submit an application at https://safeandsoundschools.org/tour/ by September 25, 2019. If you want to go the extra mile, send us a video under 1 minute sharing what “Good Days” means to you!
The “Good Days” Tour Stop activities include:
- A SPARK (Small Personal Acts of Real Kindness) workshop with Jeremy Ray Taylor
- Live performance of “Good Days” by Chasing da Vinci ft. Jeremy Ray Taylor
- Inspirational stories from Safe and Sound Schools’ co-founders and Sandy Hook moms, Michele Gay & Alissa Parker
- Safe and Sound Schools Student Club Sign-ups
- A Chasing da Vinci concert for teens and families
- Swag, and lots of fun!
Spread the Word
Parents, caregivers, and school staff: Please share this opportunity with high school students in your life. Although this contest is open to the greater high school community, we strongly encourage applications from students!
Students: applying is simple. Feel free to share this contest with your friends and classmates!
Don’t forget to follow us on social media for updates. #GoodDays2019 #GoodDaysTour