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Safety Kids Calendar

TALK TO YOUR ART TEACHERS ABOUT PARTICIPATION!      

Each year, the Summit Prosecuting Office holds a contest for all of the counties 6th, 7th and 8th graders. Participating students pick from categories that center around making good decisions and avoiding poor decisions. Those categories include:

  • Trust yourself! Don't give in to Peer Pressure
  • Don't Do Drugs
  • Don't Use Alcohol
  • Never Play with Guns
  • Don't Smoke
  • Never Give Out Personal Online
  • Don't Talk to or go With Anyone You Don't Know
  • Say NO to Unwanted Touch!
  • Never Tell Anyone You are Home Alone
  • Say NO to Gangs
  • Stop Bullies in Their Tracks! Always Tell an Adult
  • Violence at Home is Never Okay! Your Home Should be a Safe Place.

2016 marks the sixteenth year that Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh has sponsored this calendar contest.

The goal of the contest is to educate our children about the 12 “Rules for Staying Safe.”


Important Documents for those participating

A description of all limitations and guidelines for the calendar contest

Cover sheet for teachers to turn in with all student submissions

Hang this in your classrooms, so that you and the creative minds of your students can remember when submissions are due!

A copy of the letter from Summit County Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh to all teachers in the county

 

If You Have Question or Need More Information contact:

Ben Sliwa at 330-643-7190