GetLiving May 2021 is brought to you by Catherine Douglas (Louisiana) & Maddie Lee (California).
With the end of a school year and the beginning of summer, it’s a great time to try something new. Maybe for you this means being more active, getting more involved in your community, school, or SADD chapter, or meeting new people and making new friends. Rather than spending our summer dependent on our devices and heavily relying on technology to pass time, this is the time to go outside, engage in activities, and find your new jam.
One great way to go about this is to safely gather with your friends or school SADD chapter, not only to bond and spend time with each other, but also to take an active role in helping your community. Summer marks a much deserved break from studying, and is a time where we can recharge for the upcoming school year! It’s important that we don’t become too dependent on our devices and miss out on being active in our community and spending quality time with others. With this initiative, you are empowered to be more active and involved in your community.
Plan a zoom call with your chapter to spend more time getting to know each other and to start planning events and other activities for the upcoming school year. You can also host a zoom SADD summer camp with your chapter that is open to all students to help recruit new members and also further educate people on SADD ideals and their mission.