In March, hundreds of middle school students participated in the Say Something school assembly.
The Say Something school assembly provides an interactive and fast-paced program designed to keep students’ attention and equip them to recognize and respond to bullying and exploitation. The topics addressed are difficult; sexual exploitation, suicide, sex trafficking, and bullying, but the way in which the topics are presented is both sensitive and appropriate to middle school students.
The media driven program is 3D and interspersed with short speaking segments, including survivor testimonies. The assembly promotes student action by providing tools and opportunities to help students get involved. Students are challenged to not only help one another, but also to empower one another, protect one another, and encourage one another.
For more information you can also visit the Say Something website at www.SaySomethingAssembly.com.