Safe2Say Something

Safe2Say Something
This is the image for the news article titled Safe2Say SomethingThe district is partnering with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in launching an anonymous threat reporting system called "Safe2Say Something".

The Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office is behind the new program, created to prevent or stop dangerous situations from happening to students. The tip line will make it easy for anyone to file a report with just a click of a button or a tap of a phone, tablet, or computer screen.

The tip line can be downloaded as an app to any phone or tablet simply by searching "Safe2Say Something Pa" in the Apple Store or Google Play.  Tips sent via the app will be immediately directed to  911 and school officials on a 24/7 basis.

The Carlynton School District "Safe2Say Something" team will be led by high school principal Mr. Michael Loughren. Loughren is the Coordinator of School Safety and Security for the district.  Team members include Dr. Rachel Andler, Director of Special Education and Student Services, Mrs. Lauren Baughman, Principal of Carnegie Elementary, Mrs. Marsha Burleson, Principal of Crafton Elementary, and Mrs. Rachel Gattuso, Assistant Principal of the junior-senior high school.

Building level training for students will be provided in the weeks to come. The district will be working closely with the state to present a smooth rollout of the program.

The goal of the program is to strengthen the safety and security of our entire school community. Pennsylvania is the first state in the nation to launch the safety program which was designed by the families of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newton, Connecticut on December 14, 2012.

For more information about the Safe2Say Something initiative, please CLICK HERE.

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