Join Smokey Bear and learn how to prevent forest fires! Information and Resources on wildfire prevention from the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).
The National Safety Council is America’s leading nonprofit safety advocate.
We focus on eliminating the leading causes of preventable injuries and deaths.
PhotoVoice works to build a world in which everybody has the opportunity to represent themselves and tell their own story.
SAVE (Students Against Violence Everywhere) Promise Clubs are a place for young people across the country to show their leadership, creativity, and passion for protecting their friends, schools, and communities from violence before it happens.
The California Interscholastic Federation provides Information and resources on Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) in Student-Athletes
Founded in 2006, PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center actively leads social change to prevent childhood bullying, so that all youth are safe and supported in their schools, communities, and online.
A complete language arts and science curriculum for grades 6–8. Students take on the role of forensic investigators in this program designed for the science/Earth science classroom. The program will reinforce critical thinking, speaking & writing, scientific inquiry, collaborative learning, and research skills in language arts, social studies, science & technical subjects, and health/safety.
Help students take ownership of their digital lives. All students need digital citizenship skills to participate fully in their communities and make smart choices online and in life. Our award-winning K–12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum: Addresses top concerns for schools, prepares students with critical 21st-century skills, supports educators with training and recognition, and engages the whole community through family outreach.
Sandy Hook Promise’s Know the Signs programs effectively teach youth and adults how to prevent school violence, shootings, and other harmful acts. Start With Hello (Grades K-12) teaches children and youth how to minimize social isolation, empathize with others, and create a more inclusive and connected school culture. Say Something (Grades K-12) trains students to look for warning signs and threats – especially on social media – of someone at risk of hurting themselves or others, and how to speak up to a trusted adult before a tragedy can occur.
by James Howe (2001)