Demonte Smith, a sixth-grader at Visitacion Valley Middle School in San Francisco, CA and fellow Ambassadors and staff speak about the impact of the Safe School Ambassadors program on their school and how it has affected them personally.
Safe School Ambassadors from Fairfield High School in northern California discuss the SSA program at their school, and how it has affected them.
Assistant Principal Chris Borasi of Wilson C. Riles Middle School in Roseville, California and his school’s Ambassadors share how SSA have made a difference on their campus.
Excerpted from a segment produced by Sacramento PBS station KVIE-6. Featuring CM Founder Rick Phillips, CM Trainer Eric Rubin, and staff and student participants at a Safe School Ambassadors Training at Fairfield High School in California.
Students in the United States today face numerous challenges on campus among their peers. One of these challenges, unfortunately, is bullying. Studies indicate that 28% of U.S. students from grades 6 to 12 experience bullying.
How educators view the relationship between emotional well-being and learning.
The Safe School Ambassadors (SSA) Program is built on a solid foundation of research, including the work of three pioneers in the field of bullying prevention. A review of published literature on bullying conducted by Denver CO-based Omni Research & Training found that the core principles of the SSA Program are supported by precedents and research.
Any rational approach for making our schools safe learning environments must begin by first unpacking and understanding this premise: Security and safety are two different and necessary responses to effectively preventing and stopping school violence
A framework for planning and implementing a school safety plan that involves and empowers youth, administrators, teachers and parents in creating safer schools and achieving critical educational outcomes