QOM – August 2018 Posted August 16, 2018 by Carleen

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Thank you for responding to the August SAVE Promise Club Question of the Month!

Please answer the question below:

What are three things your SAVE Promise Club will do to create a safer school this year?

If you are on social media, please record your answer in a 30 second video and share on social media using #SchoolSafetyFirst #SAVEQOM  and tag @nationalsave

 

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  • Levi Williams September 17, 2018 at 3:45 pm

    One of the things my SAVE Promise Club will do to help make this school safer will be to, continue spreading SAVE awareness in our school building. That’s been our focus since the beginning and we don’t plan on stopping anytime soon. Another idea would be to use our resources given to us in regards to “Start With Hello” and “Say Something,” to inform our youth on how to be kinder citizens while observing our surroundings as someone may be going through trauma. Lastly, our ultimate goal is to get SAVE Promise Clubs into our community outreach programs, as it would help make an impact on everyone.

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  • Jesus Peralta Porras September 9, 2018 at 10:01 pm

    Our SAVE club this year is planning first to grow as a club to make sure that our school environment jumps on and helps overall create a safer community. Second, we intend to make Start with Hello week bigger and more known we want to start and end with a BANG. One idea is to pass out shirts so that people can get the message. Another thing we are planning to do is say hello to everyone the whole week in the morning in all entrances. Thirdly we want to make the school in general more aware of SAVE and what it means to us and to continue changing our community for the better.

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  • Devin Philipps September 7, 2018 at 8:53 pm

    This year we plan to have an even bigger impact on our campus as a whole. In the past, our save club hasn’t been very large and we hope to get an even larger outreach. With a larger outreach we can gain new and more members and greater opportunities to share our message with those around the school. We would also like to collaborate with the administrators even more than in the past, we know our administration is supportive of efforts by students it’s just a matter of working with them even more. All of these efforts by our club will help to lead to an overall safer more positive environment within the school by spreading the message of save across a wider range of people.

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  • Alea Boyd September 6, 2018 at 9:14 pm

    Three things my club plan to do this year are: To reach out to students and empower them to do great things, stand together with my school against violence and to work with the adults in our community as much as we can to strengthen the bond between students and their community.

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  • Kristina Alzugaray August 28, 2018 at 7:40 am

    Three things that I plan to do to make my school safer include holding bi-weekly meetings to meet with my fellow club members and continue to teach them the Know The Signs program, implement multiple Start With Hello and Say Something activities throughout the year to educate my school on the importance of getting to know one another and saying something, and lastly, continue to improve any safety features already at my school.

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  • Braelyn Willis, Steele Canyon Charter High School August 20, 2018 at 8:38 pm

    My Save Promise Club will do many things this year to help make Steele Canyon safer. Those will include organizing and holding call to action weeks like Say Something Week and Start With Hello Week at our high school, along with train students and staff so that they are aware of the warning signs and know what to do when witnessing them. Lastly, we will hold monthly meetings with our club to stay up to date with things happening in our school and to plan for future events.

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  • Daniel Lopez, John F. Kennedy High School August 19, 2018 at 9:16 pm

    To make our school a safer place this year, my SAVE Promise club will have assemblies for the Sandy Hook Foundation programs like Say Something and Start with Hello, incorporate all of the Call to Action weeks and activities, and encourage our staff and students to follow and enforce our school safety protocols.

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  • Shomari Winns August 18, 2018 at 8:06 pm

    One of the things my SAVE Promise Club will do to help make schools safer would be to, of course, continue spreading awareness throughout our community. That’s been our motive for the past seven years and we don’t plan on stopping anytime soon. Another idea would be to use our resources given to us in regards to “Start With Hello” and “Say Something,” to inform our youth on how to be kinder citizens while observing our surroundings as someone may be going through trauma. Lastly, our ultimate goal is to get SAVE Promise Clubs into our schools, as it would help make an impact on everyone.

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  • Trinity August 18, 2018 at 1:52 am

    My SAVE Promise club will participate in the call to action programs, and get other students in the school to enjoy participation. We will work to help the students that are sitting alone at lunch, or having trouble finding a partner in class, by offering to be with them. My club will also encourage more students to join and make an impact in the school.

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  • Vyrlle D., Southridge Senior High August 16, 2018 at 10:54 pm

    What are three things your SAVE Promise Club will do to create a safer school this year?

    My SAVE Promise club will:
    – Aid in the fight against social iisolation.
    – Work closely with trusted staff members to assure issues are properly handled.
    – Create an inclusive environment with students aware of the signs indicating future acts of violence.

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  • Izabela W, Swansboro High School August 16, 2018 at 1:39 pm

    My SAVE Promise club will be working to make our school safer by educating students through various activities, hosting events durring the call to action weeks and encouraging students, staff and community leaders to work with us towards a more inclusive community and school.

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  • Claire Heinly, Chapel Hill High School August 16, 2018 at 11:28 am

    My SAVE Promise Club will work to communicate with administrators and teachers this school year in order to have more successful outreach throughout the school. We will also work with the Call to Action weeks and various SAVE Promise Programs (such as Say Something) to make our school a more inclusive environment. Finally, we will work to include more students who are not in the club in various activities throughout the school year to better spread the SAVE Promise messages.

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  • Angel Hart, O.H. Platt High School August 16, 2018 at 9:34 am

    Work with staff to teach them the steps of Say Something, participate in the Call to Action weeks, and continue to improve safety procedures.

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