Bristol Township School District rolls out Safe 2 Say Something (S2SS) Program

During the month of February, Bristol Township School District rolled out the Safe 2 Say Program. Parents and com­mu­ni­ty mem­bers were pro­vide infor­ma­tion and posters were dis­played through­out each school. The Safe 2 Say pro­gram is an anony­mous tip line for teach­ers, stu­dents, par­ent and com­mu­ni­ty mem­bers to report safe­ty con­cerns. Safe 2 Say can be accessed via an APP, web­site, or 24 hour hot­line. The sys­tem is avail­able 24 hours per day, 7 days a weeks, 365 days a year. S2SS is ini­ti­at­ed by the Attorney Generals office and is part of the Sandy Hook Promise. 

Bristol Township’s Director of Special Education/Pupil Services, Mr. Lou deFonteny and Supervisor of Secondary Curriculum & Instruction, Dr. Catherine Newsham pro­vid­ed train­ing in each school for stu­dents in grades 3–12. The pre­sen­ta­tion shared infor­ma­tion on the warn­ing signs, sig­nals and threats, and how to access the system.