Allentown, PA, May 09, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Executive Education Academy Charter School in Allentown is participating in “Safe2Say Something.” The violence prevention program is run by the Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General and is in partnership with Sandy Hook Promise. Students are taught how to recognize those who may be a threat to themselves or to others.
Students of the Allentown charter school can use the program’s online site to submit anonymous tips which are then reviewed by a crisis center. The crisis center can get in contact with school administrators and law enforcement.
“It is important that we create a safe environment for our students,” says Robert Lysek, founder and CEO of the Lehigh Valley charter school. “If they see something unusual, they should feel safe to say something.”
According to the program, large numbers of students report having been bullied and a majority who plan on harming themselves or others speak out or show some sort of indicators.
To learn more about “Safe2Say Something,” visit https://www.safe2saypa.org.
To learn more about Executive Education Academy Charter School, its students, and its opportunities, visit https://www.ee-schools.org/.
About EEACS: Founded in 2014 by highly experienced educators and management, Executive Education Academy Charter School, authorized for grades K-12 by the Allentown School District, leads the way in education by offering its 1,300 students opportunities for growth both in and out of the classroom. EEACS combines all mandated studies with a unique student-corporate culture. To learn more, visit https://www.ee-schools.org/.