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The Missouri SADD Traffic Safety Triathlon is a traffic safety initiative aimed at using peer education to improve the lives of youth across Missouri by approaching youth traffic safety concerns of seat belt usage, distracted driving, and alcohol-impaired driving activities. The Triathlon utilizes activities from three (3) of SADD’s core programs.
Rock the Belt – Rock the Belt is a SADD national core program that uses peer-to-peer based prevention strategies to engage schools, parents, and communities about the importance of wearing seat belts in every vehicle, in every seat, every time.
Textless Live More – Textless Live More is a student-led, peer-to-peer, national awareness campaign with a mission to end distracted driving and promote digital wellness
Is It Worth the Risk – Is it Worth the Risk is a SADD national core program that uses peer-to-peer based prevention strategies to engage schools, parents, and communities about the real-life consequences of underage drinking.
The Traffic Safety Triathlon is composed of three (3) activities. This Toolkit provides step-by-step instruction for developing and participating in each of these activities.
Rock the Belt’s Quick Click Challenge to measure the seat belt usage of students and staff at the school
Textless Live More Take-the-Pledge Event to commit students to putting their phone down and driving distraction free every day.
Is It Worth the Risk Skit & Community Panel to increase awareness to the dangers of drinking and driving.
All Missouri public and private high schools are eligible to participate. Participation does not require registration but reporting is required to be counted as a participating school.
All three activities must be completed between January 1 – April 15, 2022.
Participating schools are ranked based on involvement as a percentage of student body. Reports of participation must be completed by April 20, 2022. Award winners are announced May 2, 2022.