Stuart Cramer High School

This is the first year Stuart Cramer has had a SAVE Chapter and is participating in the Teen Safe Driving grant program.  In October, the Club sponsored an “Orange Out Day,” in which students were encouraged to wear the anti-bullying color orange. Club members made ribbons to give to each student and faculty/staff member in the school to wear on that date. SAVE members created a “UNITY” poster in which students throughout the school were encouraged to sign, to serve as an anti-bullying pledge. Also, members designed and displayed posters which included messages to spread love and tolerance, as a way to show the student body how to conduct themselves in a positive manner toward their colleagues.

During November, many activities were conducted in order to bring awareness to school safety issues. Primarily, the SAVE Club partnered with our School Resource Officer to feature a video presentation concerning statistics of
school violence, as well as defining weapons and violent activities. This video was shown throughout the entire school

The Stuart Cramer High School SAVE Chapter participated in America’s Safe Schools Week (April 7-11) by creating and posting awareness posters around the school.  The SAVE Chapter hosted a no texting and driving campaign which included a blog and a safe driving poster campaign.  The SAVE Advisor at Stuart Cramer High School is Lisa Hargitt.