For the first time in the 2020-2021 school year, we have begun to welcome a larger number of students back into the classroom. While in-person learning has increased the contact students have with peers and other trusted confidants, I want to take this time to remind all students that they can use the Safe2Say Something app and helpline to report anything that makes them or a friend feel unsafe or uncomfortable. Students can report tips about child abuse, bullying, racial bias, discrimination, threats, self-harm, depression, and other troubling behaviors or actions. All tips are anonymous.
The Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General’s Safe2Say Something team has developed live virtual training sessions (30 minutes) for students in grades 6-12. These trainings consist of an overview of the Safe2Say Reporting System and instructions on how to report a tip. We will be scheduling this training for our students in grades 6-12 at the end of March or early April.
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