Actor Jeremy Ray Taylor and Chasing DaVinci sound off on #schoolsafety with teens at Kellogg’s NYC
NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–With a new twist on New Year’s resolutions, Safe and Sound Schools, a national school safety non-profit founded by Sandy Hook parents, kicked off 2019 by asking teens how they resolve to improve school safety in their communities.
At a live exclusive event at Kellogg’s NYC, celebrity guest Jeremy Ray Taylor (It, Goosebumps 2), spoke with students about how a “spark” (small personal act of real kindness) can make a difference in school culture and safety. The band Chasing DaVinci debuted an original song, “Good Days,” dedicated to Safe and Sound Schools. Journalist Azia Celestino interviewed Jeremy and Chasing DaVinci about their backgrounds, current projects, and faithfulness to this cause. Safe and Sound Schools co-founder, Michele Gay, shared her story and explained the role students play in school safety, and event attendees enjoyed a photo booth from Hipstr, snacks from Kellogg’s NYC, and swag from Rekovr.