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Reminder: Safe2Say Resource

March 2, 2021


Dear Methacton students and families,

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.


Reach Safe2Say Online:

Download the App:

Call the Helpline:  1-844-SAF2SAY

Click Here to Download Flyer


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. 



Dr. David Zerbe

Superintendent of Schools