The event encourages students to talk to a trusted adult so that their secret struggle, whatever it is, does not have the final say on their future.
It’s specifically tailored for teens in public schools to provide courage to share their secret struggles with caring adults and look for others around them that need support as well. The assembly is designed to be memorable and make a significant difference in the lives of the students that participate in it.
We would be open to discussing new topics!
Each assembly event costs $5,000 to cover the sound, lighting, and video production as well costs associated with the musician. If your school requires additional assembly events due to it’s size, the cost is $3,000 per assembly if it happens in the same room. The Get Schooled Tour® is committed to working with businesses in your community to raise the dollars needed to cover the assemblies you want to have in your school.
The Get Schooled Tour® is committed to positive messaging and working with musicians that are consistent in their song lyrics to build up those that listen to their music. The Get Schooled Tour® has worked with a wide variety musical guests but choose artists that have a personal passion for the issues discussed.
The Get Schooled Tour® uses a custom polling software. Students are polled via their device’s web browser using a closed wifi network brought in by the Get Schooled Tour®.
The presentation is best suited for a 60 minute presentation but could be completed in 45 minutes.
It’s recommended that the Principal or School Administrator set ground rules before the presentation.
At the conclusion of the presentation, announcements are made on how students can connect with professional therapists that are on location following the assembly. Additionally, students typically want photos and autographs with the musicians. The Get Schooled Tour® also provides each student in attendance with cards that invite them to chat with a 24/7 crisis chat center.
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Dr. Michael Bendicsen // Principal, Tippecanoe Valley High School
Brett Boggs // Superintendent, Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation
Email the tour at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you a link to view a sample of the full assembly as well as discuss the dates, topics you are interested in.