Say Something Program
Say Something Program - Sandy Hook Promise is a national non-profit organization founded and led by several family members whose loved ones were killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012.
The UCF School District Administration and Board along with the Wellness Council have approved the implementation of the Say Something Program starting in the 18-19 school year.
This program provides additional support for our students and community to intervene when there are concerns about student well-being. The program helps to teach students to look for warning signs, signals, and threats, to take them seriously, and to report these concerns to a trusted adult.
- How does the Say Something Anonymous Reporting System (SS-ARS) support and connect to our curriculum / current programs?
- How will it be implemented?
- When will it start?
- What levels will it be implemented in?
- Who can use it?
- Why are we recommending this resource over other resources?
- What concerns have been raised?
- If I make a report, how can it be assured that reporting is anonymous?
- How do parents find out that their child is in crisis or at risk to self or others? Does the call center reach out to them? How do they find out parent/student information?
- Once the program is implemented how can a parent make a report to the Crisis Center?
Who should I contact if I have additional questions or concerns?
If community members have additional questions or concerns, please email or call:
Leah Reider - Director of Pupil Services firstname.lastname@example.org
Justin Webb - Technology Director email@example.com
John Nolen - Assistant Superintendent firstname.lastname@example.org