By: Samara Stewart

March 13-17 is National Say Something Week. This week celebrates the importance of students recognizing the warning signs of violence and being empowered to say something to a trusted adult to promote a safe and healthy school environment. This movement is part of The Sandy Hook Promise. Their mission is protecting America’s children from gun violence in honor of the precious lives that were lost at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

This week, we will be rolling out our very own “See Something Say Something OHS” Google Form for student use. The form is designed to be used as an “online” reporting/prevention tool for OHS students who may know of a potentially unsafe situation at school such as bullying, violence, drugs or alcohol, self-harm, or other high-risk behaviors. Students can pass on that information to school administrators by using this form.

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