Seon Anti-bullying Contests
Seon holds anti-bullying contests throughout the year to engage with educators, school bus drivers, transportation staff, parents, and children. The results have been extremely positive and rewarding — Seon has found that the contests spark inspiring and educational conversations about bullying, and serve as tools to open communication about anti-bullying awareness.
In October 2014, Seon launched the “A Bully-Free Zone” coloring contest to further spread awareness about bullying, to create safe and respectful environment for youth. The competition was a huge success, with over 500 entries submitted from almost 50 school districts across Canada and the US.
In October, 2013, for National Bullying Prevention Month, Seon held the first coloring contest, "Bullies Aren't Cool". There were over 1,300 submissions from almost 50 school districts across the United States and Canada — it was an overwhelming success. Seon's coloring contest will occur annually in the month of October.
School Bus Driver Facebook Contest
In May, 2014, Seon held a month long school bus driver contest. To enter, school bus drivers sent Seon's Facebook page a message. In the message, they included a photo of themselves at their school bus, and told us 1. How they prevent bullying on the school bus, and 2. Why they love their job. Then we added the entries to a Seon Facebook Album called, "School Bus Drivers Preventing Bullying". The awareness about how school bus drivers prevent bullying increased significantly, and we loved sharing their stories and featuring their photos. Check out the winner below — you'll be glad you did!