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Thank you for your interest in the OK2SAY student safety program.

OK2SAY is offering a seminar for students in fourth-fifth grade that discusses important rules for being safe and responsible online.  Students learn to distinguish between rude, mean, and bullying behavior and how to effectively respond to cyberbullying.  The students are introduced to the OK2SAY student safety program and encouraged to always talk to a trusted adult before contacting OK2SAY.

We are currently accepting registration forms for middle school (6th - 8th grade) virtual presentations ONLY. OK2SAY teaches students the importance of making safe and wise choices in a technologically evolving world and shows students how to protect themselves and those around them. Helping students understand the value of paying attention to their surroundings and the challenges they, as well as others, may be facing, OK2SAY encourages confidential tips on criminal activities or potential harm directed at students, school employees, and schools.

Our coordinator will review your preferences and you will be contacted by one of our presenters to schedule your presentation(s).  Many schools prefer to conduct one presentation for all three grade levels, maximizing instruction time.  The ZOOM platform can accommodate most schools in this manner however, if you choose to separate the grade levels, every effort will be made to accommodate your scheduling needs.

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Please identify the presentation you are registering for by completing the information below.

Please provide three different weeks* that your district could host the OK2SAY presentation:

* We will do our best to accommodate your request. While there is limited presenter availability for requests less than 30 days in the future, you may request dates throughout your school year calendar.