About Live in Real Life
Riverton City’s award-winning Live in Real Life program was launched to combat the alarming trend of anxiety, depression and other mental, physical and emotional health challenges increasingly found amongst the teenage population. The program provides diverse educational opportunities focused on critical issues related to mental health, physical health, safety and other challenges that teens face on a regular basis. Events are hosted twice per year and are open to teenagers and their parents in the greater south Salt Lake County area. Live in Real Life events routinely attract hundreds of teens and their parents. The event is co-sponsored by Bluffdale City, Jordan School District, Riverton High School and Rocky Mountain Power.
Live in Real Life Featuring Craig Scott, Columbine Survivor
Join us for Live in Real Life featuring Craig Scott, a Columbine High School shooting survivor, to learn how to become more emotionally resilient so you can live life with a positive outlook as you face any challenges or setbacks that come your way. The event is free and open to all, though families with teens are specifically encouraged to attend.
When: Monday, January 31, 2022
Time: 6:30 p.m. - Vendors & Pre-Entertainment Begins | 7 p.m. - Program Begins
Where: Riverton High School Auditorium, 12476 S Silverwolf Way, Riverton, Utah 84065 | MAP IT
Vendors: Vendors will be available from 6:30-7 p.m. in the lobby area of Riverton High School with information and resources related to mental, physical and emotional health. Click here if your business or organization would like to apply to become a vendor.
Entertainment: Pre-entertainment will be provided by Sean's Garage.
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About Craig Scott
Craig Scott is a survivor of the Columbine High School shooting in 1999. He was in the most intense scene – the library - where 10 students were killed around him and two friends next to him underneath a table. In a short time-gap, Craig escaped only to learn his sister, Rachel Joy Scott, was the first person killed.
Craig has since dedicated his life to making a difference in schools. Speaking to over a million people in over 20 years, his goal is to positively impacting school culture by sharing lessons behind Columbine and challenging students to value themselves and others. He has participated in over one thousand media interviews on shows such Oprah, the Today Show, Good Morning America and many others. He has been on Presidential panels on school safety and a speaker on mental health and emotional resiliency. His story has helped to stop thousands of documented suicides as well as several school shootings.