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Kids Learn Safety by Watching You

Our children look up to us and absorb our behaviors. We can keep them safe for years to come by modelling responsible habits on the road.

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Art Contest - Entries due October 5

The Traffic Safety Art Contest is open to all North Carolina children (up to age 14). Entries will be judged in two groups – the Safety Seals (K – 5th grade) and the Careful Cats (6th – 8th grade).  All submissions must be original artwork completed by hand and will be submitted via email to trafficsafety@ncsu.edu.

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Walk in Your Community/Walk to School Day

Walk to School Day is October 7, 2020. Join thousands of children across the U.S. for a global event focused on walking to school or in your community. If you would like to plan a Walk in Your Community/Walk to School event in your area, please contact trafficsafety@ncsu.edu.

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Walk Across the Triangle

Track your miles and virtually walk the distance between famous Triangle destinations! Materials include a mileage tracker and printable map.

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Ticket your Family

The Ticket your Family program encourages children to engage in conversation with their parents/guardians about unsafe behaviors on the road.

Teaching kids to speak up about unsafe behavior: Be a PEACH

The Be a PEACH program teaches children and teens how to speak up when a driver is unsafe. This activity includes a role playing exercise and practical tips for students to advocate for their own safety when they are passengers in a vehicle.

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Finding Joy While Physically Apart

Slowing Down Saves Lives

What Kind of Driver Are You Raising?

Teach Kids Safety

Speed Prevention: We Take It Easy

We Are Happier When We Move

We Focus Better When We Move

We Look for People

They Learn From You

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In 2016, there were 13,519 commercial motor vehicle crashes in North Carolina, resulting in 146 fatalities (NCDOT).

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