Crossroads Campaigns (FREE to your school or organization!)

Throughout the school year, Crossroads works with our sponsors to put together campaign kits that can be shipped out to Wisconsin high schools, health departments and driver education schools, making them easy to implement by staff members, instructors and students. We have a great response to these campaigns! Take a look below at examples of what each campaign entails. We have also provided some additional ideas for your own campaign.

If your school is interested in participating in a teen driver safety campaign, email us!
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  Distracted Driving Awareness (Spring campaign)

We are using materials from Impact Teen Drivers to educate teens about distracted driving (see also What Do You Consider Lethal?).    

Campaign Materials:

  Prom (Spring campaign)

We are using AAA's PROMise kit which focuses on reducing alcohol- and drug-related crashes during the prom through graduation season. 

Campaign Materials:

  • Campaign Description
  • Each school can order one FREE kit which includes a lot of great stuff. AAA ships the kit directly to your school!

  National Teen Driver Safety Week (Fall campaign)

National Teen Driver Safety Week (NTDSW) is a chance for everyone to focus on helping our new drivers to stay safe. NTDSW 2018 is focusing on the importance of seat belt use. 

Campaign Materials:

  Trunk Junk (Fall campaign)

We partner with State Farm to conduct a “Trunk Junk” campaign to help teens clean out their trunks and back seats, replace and check safety equipment, and review winter driving tips. 

Campaign Materials: 

  Other Campaign/Project Ideas

Looking for a campaign or project for your school? We have lots of options for you!

-Check out our Menu of Teen Traffic Safety Campaigns and Projects

-Need a quick idea? Try something from our Menu of Teen Traffic Safety "Quick Wins"

-Browse the examples below

Seat Belts

 

Distracted Driving

 

Other Topics/Ideas

CTSO PROJECTS

Wisconsin’s Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO) provide opportunities for students to develop leadership and technical skills, through classroom curriculum, activities, and community resources. Our traffic safety collaboration includes all six of Wisconsin’s organizations: DECA, FBLA, FCCLA, FFA, HOSA, and Skills USA.

Apply now for 2018-19 Projects

2018-19 Project Partners

Badger High School, Lake Geneva

Melanie Sinclair - Slinger, West Bend East/West, Kewaskum, Germantown, Menomonee Falls

Winnebago Area Teen Coalition for Health (W.A.T.C.H) - Neenah, Oshkosh North, Oshkosh West, Winneconne, Omro, Menasha

2017-18 Project Partners

Badger High School, Lake Geneva

Laconia High School, Rosendale

Winnebago Area Teen Coalition for Health (W.A.T.C.H.) - Neenah, Oshkosh North, Oshkosh West, Winneconne, Omro, Menasha

Past Project Partners

Appleton North High School (2016-2017)

Badger High School, Lake Geneva (2016-2017)

Stevens Point Area Senior High (SPASH) (2016-2017)

Winnebago Area Teen Coalition for Health (Neenah, Oshkosh North, Oshkosh West, Winneconne) (2016-2017)

Lincoln High School, Alma Center (2015-2016)

Badger High School, Lake Geneva (2015-2016)

More Projects (all PowerPoint)

For more information email us or contact your local or state CTSO Adviser.

 

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