Sandy Hook Promise is partnering with the Texas School Safety Center to bring Say Something, the proven violence prevention program to middle and high schools in Texas. Say Something is a no-cost, easy-to-implement, and life-saving program that will help school personnel and/or school-based law enforcement to teach students how to recognize warning signs of potential violence or self-harm and act immediately to intervene. The training will take 2.5 hours with a wide range of activities and resources to ensure training integration within the school culture, supported by student-led SAVE Promise Clubs.
After the Say Something training, educators will:
- Develop an action plan to carry-out the Say Something message year-round
- Learn how to reinforce the Say Something three-step process through the use of easy-to-implement mini-lessons
- Learn how to cultivate a culture of trusted adults
Please Note: This training is open to public ISDs, open-enrollment charter schools, junior colleges, school-based law enforcement, and state agencies that support Texas schools. Due to limited space, vendors and contractors are not permitted to register for this training.
Not eligible for TCOLE training credit.
Please submit all special accommodations request(s) via email to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than two weeks prior to the course.
Current Virtual Trainings
For more information about the Sandy Hook Promise – Say Something Virtual Training, please contact email@example.com.