Here are ways you can help spread the word about NSLW.
School Media Coverage
Plan NSLW event coverage in the school newspaper, yearbook, and school social media posts. Mix inspirational quotes with activity posts/tweets. Our social media toolkit page provides posts you can save and use on your social media channels. Make sure you include #NSLW2020 in each post!
Local Media Coverage
Use our press release template (coming soon) to notify local media outlets. (Ask your principal if there’s a special procedure for contacting media in your district.)
Consider trying to get your mayor to issue a proclamation about NSLW and include that in your press release. Use our mayoral proclamation template to help.
Share student stories with your local newspaper, and ask if they will publish one per day throughout NSLW to honor and celebrate your student leaders.
Submit an op-ed to your local newspaper with a local angle about NSLW, perhaps asking for community support or participation in a student-led initiative.
Call your favorite radio station and ask if you can set up an interview with your student leaders in celebration of NSLW.
Local TV News Segment
Contact your local TV station and ask if they will share information about your NSLW activities during their community news segment. They may even be interested in interviewing one of your student leaders.
Create a dedicated “Leadership in Lights” page on your school’s website. Update it with school and/or student leadership projects.