PRESENTATION INFORMATION

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Looking to bring a David’s Legacy Foundation Presentation to your group? We encourage you to review our presentation flyer here, along with checking out the Frequently Asked Questions below.

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Presentation Frequently Asked Questions

What is covered in a presentation?

Elementary presentations:

  • Students will learn the difference between; rude, mean, and bullying behavior
  • Students will hear a clear message on the damage of cyberbullying
  • Students are encouraged to be “Upstanders” not “Bystanders”
  • Sticker pledge – Each student pledges to “Never use my device as a weapon”

Middle & High School presentations:

  • The story of David Molak
  • Students will hear a clear message on the damage of cyberbullying
  • David’s Law and the legal consequences
  • Students are encouraged to be “Upstanders” not “Bystanders”
  • Sticker pledge – Each student pledges to “Never use my device as a weapon”

Parent presentations:

  • The story of David Molak
  • Cyberbullying legal and legislative initiatives with an emphasis on David’s Law
  • The key role parents play in the solution
  • Discussion about David’s Legacy Foundation and providing solutions
  • 15-minute Q&A session included

Educator presentations:

  • Cyberbullying legal and legislative initiatives with an emphasis on David’s Law
  • The key role parents play in the solution
  • Discussion about David’s Legacy Foundation and providing solutions
  • 15-minute Q&A session included

How long is a typical David’s Legacy Foundation presentation?

  • Elementary presentations last 25-30 minutes.
  • Middle school or high school presentations last 40-45 minutes.
  • Parent/Community/Educator & all other presentations last 45-60 minutes.
    (45-minute presentation – 15 minutes Q&A session)

How many students or other audience members does David’s Legacy Foundation typically give a presentation?

Historically we have presented to audience groups ranging anywhere from 25-1000+ attendees. The David’s Legacy Foundation message can be delivered to small or large groups. We encourage you to evaluate what is best for your school or organization. 

Can you provide references so I can speak to another school administrator about their experience with David’s Legacy Foundation?

Yes, we can provide you with a list of school administrators that would be happy to speak with you about their experience with David’s Legacy Foundation.

Please contact the David’s Legacy Foundation at info@davidslegacy.org, Subject: Presentation References.

What is the process to book a presentation with David’s Legacy Foundation?

Once you have reviewed the FAQ’s, please complete the presentation request form. Upon receipt of your request, preferably 4-6 weeks in advance of event, the David’s Legacy office will check availability of our speakers for the date(s)/time(s) you have requested. We will contact you back within 24-48 hours to discuss your presentation needs further. 

The DLF Speakers Bureau is a volunteer program. We cannot guarantee speaking requests will be filled but will do our best. 

Is there a cost involved?

There may be a speaking and/or travel fee depending on the location and number of presentations requested. To find out more about the speaking and/or travel fees, please contact David’s Legacy Foundation at info@davidslegacy.org. 

What is the expectation of a school or organization after the presentation?

The David’s Legacy Foundation presentation is a great step in educating students, parents, and educators on cyber and other forms of bullying.

Upon completion of a DLF presentation all participants at the school or organization are asked to complete a short survey – providing feedback on the DLF presentation. The surveys will be mailed back to David’s Legacy Foundation within two weeks after the date of the presentation.

Schools are encouraged to follow up the conversation with their students and continue educating on bullying and cyberbullying.

Schools are also encouraged to start a kindness campaign to help students keep conversation going.

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