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See Something Say Something

Los Alamos Public Schools ask that families discuss safety issues.  Take the time to talk about the idea of “See Something, Say Something.” Students are the ones most likely to first become aware of a possible problem in their school. But knowing a problem doesn’t do any good unless you tell someone who’s in position to do something about it. Remember, reporting a concern is very different from gossiping or “snitching”. Reporting what you see may save a life, while just talking with your friends about what you’ve seen won’t help anything.

What you can do

  •  If you see someone in your school who isn’t usually there, or who is acting in a way that makes you uncomfortable, tell someone.
  • If you see someone being bullied, tell someone.
  • If you see or hear of “hate speech” or threats being posted online, tell someone.
  • If there are problems in the parking lot, tell someone.
  • If you hear that someone has brought, or plans to bring, a weapon to school, tell someone.
  • If you see or hear that a student is talking about harming others or him/herself, tell someone.
  •  If you see or hear anything that concerns you, tell someone.

Tell someone

Talk to a trusted adult about safety concerns

Report your concerns

If this is an actual emergency please call 911 or you can use the Say Something Anonymous Reporting System

Tips can be submitted to the Say Something Anonymous Reporting System via mobile app, website, or by calling 24/7 Crisis Center


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