Jason is offering these programs for the 2012-2013 school year:
Scroll down to contact Wright Media Enterprises online. For urgent requests, call 540-459-9002.
Westlake High School
"Jason Wright was fantastic! He had all the students' attention! He allowed them to participate and engage in learning during the assembly. He was very funny. We had students K - 4 and they all seemed to really connect with him. Many students were inspired and committed to helping others because of the message he taught. It is fun to hear students talk about how they want to be writers and help others. We are already trying to find a time he can come again!"
Eagle Bay Elementary
"Jason Wright's visit with our school was a true delight! Whether in the large group setting or the smaller classroom visits, our students connected to his story and were engaged in his ideas and message - be kind; be true; follow what you love. In speaking with our staff, he rekindled the true meaning and profession of a teacher, capturing the heart of their hard work each and every day."
Antoinette D. Funk
Ressie Jeffries Elementary School, Front Royal, VA
"The message of Penny's Christmas Jar Miracle spread throughout Sacred Heart Academy following Jason's retelling of this heart warming story. Though Jason held some initial concerns about connecting to all our kindergarten through eighth grade students in one meeting, they were unfounded. Jason performed a miracle and engaged all the students immediately with his enthusiastic presence and rendition of his story. Following his visit, Sacred Heart students were inspired to establish two jars. They filled one jar with "17 Second Miracles" they intended to perform, and the other one with monetary donations for a local charity. Jason's visit infused the Academy with true Christmas spirit."
Sacred Heart Academy
"Jason's visit to Timber Ridge School was much appreciated and enjoyed by staff and students. The Seventeen Second Miracle and the beliefs and values it teaches have become a part of our culture. There have been many doors held open for many people. But, more than doors being held open, there is a feeling of concern for others that is more pronounced. What a wonderful lesson to teach our students. I overheard a student tell Mr. Wright on his way out, 'You changed my life in 30 minutes...' Pretty powerful!"
John J. Lamanna, Ed.D.
Timber Ridge School
"He had such a powerful message and delivered it in format that was interesting, entertaining, accessible, and thought provoking. I can already see members of our community performing little miracles through acts of kindness."
Christ the King School
"Jason has the ability to connect with people of all ages and backgrounds. His visit captivated our students with the perfect combination of humor, student involvement, and character education. Perhaps most impressive, was watching Jason reach beyond the 800 students to personally connect with one particular child. Jason's visit "opened a door" of understanding for our students, and tied in perfectly with our character education program. He is a kind and gracious guest, and we hope to have him return to our school."
Traverse Mountain Elementary School
"Anyone who can keep a gymnasium full of 6th, 7th, and 8th graders focused and interested the day before their Spring Break begins clearly has the ability to motivate and captivate. . .and this is exactly what Jason Wright did in his presentation in our building. Though he has traveled across the country and his books top bestselling lists, he had an amazing ability to use real-life examples and scenarios to make his message relevant to many of our students who haven't traveled far outside the reaches of their own community."
Frederick County Middle School
"Jason Wright's assembly was especially engaging for our students to attain a better understanding that the world isn't so much about "me," but is more about how we can take a few seconds from our busy day to complete little miracles that will help to brighten other's day. Jason utilized students from the audience to illustrate that it is simply the "Little Moments" that we will be remembered by as we grow older; the little things we do day in and day out that truly make the difference. I highly recommended Jason's "Big Moments vs Little Moments" assembly to middle schools who are searching to spread enthusiasm among the student body and staff that will assist in establishing a more caring and positive school climate."
Shelby J. Kline
North Fork Middle School
"Jason Wright's 'Big Moments and Little Moments' presentation was an exciting way to encourage students to find ways to treat each other with kindness and respect. His storytelling and student involvement combined for a dynamic, engaging assembly. The on-going value is that we continue to reference "what Mr. Wright said" as we remind students that the "little" things we do for each other each day can have a huge impact on other people, our school and our community. Unlike other presentations that are "over" as soon as the students leave the auditorium, Jason's message endures."
Peter Muhlenberg Middle School
"Jason's recent visit to Provo School District was a highlight for our secondary students. Dixon Middle School filled the auditorium with 800 students when they found out he was going to be there. Jason had students participating from the very beginning. My favorite part was walking out with Jason after when an 8th grader told him "'I usually don't like assemblies, because I don't fit in, however you made everyone fit in and feel important.'"
Provo School District
"Jason's visit to Godwin High School has left a lasting impression with the students and staff alike... We are definitely in the fan club! We're thankful for both his written and spoken inspirations. He is a dynamic speaker, particularly adept at reading and appealing to the audience at hand. From here forward, our ICA (Inclusive Community Advisory) students will challenge each other daily with, 'What seventeen second miracles have your performed today?'"
Godwin High School
"The school was just buzzing after [Jason's] presentation on service. One young girl had a look on her face that can only be described as transformed. The school's principal told me it was the best assembly we've ever had."
Teacher & Event Organizer
Churchill Jr. High School
"You could have heard a pin drop during his remarks. In this age of texting and e-mailing, I watched 1,200 students leave cell phones in their pockets and focus attentively on a man who had them totally captivated with his stories and positive outlook on life. Jason's message of doing good, helping people, and taking time to make a positive difference is timely. Jason is not only a very gifted writer but a gifted speaker as well."
West Point Junior High