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Family Night & Community Impact Challenge
Enter for a chance to win $500!

On behalf of the Center for Supportive Schools (CSS), I’m so pleased to offer you an opportunity to win $500 to help support your program through the Family and Community Impact Challenge.

Here’s what your group needs to do to enter:

  • Conduct a PGC or Teen PEP Family Night event or complete a Service Learning Project.
  • By Friday, April 28, 2017, submit materials that show us what an amazing job you did!  There are 2 ways to do this:
  • Complete this presentation template with photos, quotes, stories, etc. and email to social@supportiveschools.org



Selection of the winning school will be determined by a committee of CSS staff and will be based on evidence of an exceptionally high-quality and impactful event or project. We are looking for strong evidence of:

  • Creativity:  What was special or unique about your project?  How did your school make this project your own?
  • Collaboration:  How did your entire PGC or Teen PEP group work together to achieve the goals of your project?  How did you involve others (e.g., community partners, parents, school faculty)?
  • Community Impact:  How many people attended/participated?  How well did you achieve your goals?

Please see this flyer for more information.  The winning school (and runner-up) will be announced in May 2017 and will be featured in a live CSS webcast.  All submitted photos and other materials may be featured on Facebook, Twitter, the CSS website, or in other CSS publications.  

As always, thank  you for your tireless efforts to make your schools safer, more supportive, more engaging, and more inspiring!  

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Family Night & Community Impact Challenge
Enter for a chance to win $500!

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Now Recruiting Schools!
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The Teen Prevention Education Program (Teen PEP) is a collaboration among the Center for Supportive Schools, HiTOPS, Inc., and the primary program sponsor of the sites in New Jersey, the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services.

Sponsors of the sites in North Carolina include the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Adolescent Health (OAH), the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services’ Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiatives (TPPI), and The Duke Endowment.

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