#SLSTOGETHERWECAN is a student-led, prevention-based leadership contest that began during the 2020-2021 school year. Students from schools across Michigan joined us virtually to learn about health and safety topics from their peers. Then they identified a need in their school and created a project to address that need. Many participants were also active members of our SLS and STAND student-led programs. Year 2 starts in November, 2021!
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Arabella, from Mason Middle School created this poster about distracted driving. The SLS office is having it made into a banner to hang across an overpass near her school.
Gia, from Taylor High School created a video presentation about how to have healthy relationships with peers, friends and family.
Mary, from Warren Mott High School created a Powerpoint presentation about mental health to share with her peers.
Bullying & Inclusiveness
Marelyn, from Clarenceville High School created an Instagram page about bullying. You can follow her @bullyingfree101.
Vaping & Marijuana
Delaney, from Clarenceville High School created a brochure to help her peers quit vaping. She is also working with her dad to build a ‘vape drop box’. This drop box will be installed at her school and students can anonymously deposit their vape pens.
Ellie, from Clarenceville High School created a very moving video presentation on alcohol abuse. It painfully illustrates the impact of addiction on families and other relationships.