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R-E-S-P-E-C-T

 

We are bubbling with excitement over 3,300 have taken the Kentucky Safe Schools Week “RESPECT” Pledge!
We appreciate all the hard work and dedication shown by so many across the state.  The map of statistics is starting to become colorful!!!
 
30 districts or school websites have links to the “RESPECT” pledge on their homepages or teacher pages!!! We really appreciate the unified effort. We now have pictures up from Harlan Co. on the homepage. We have heard from TRTs, Media Specialists, Teachers, Counselors and School Resource Officers who are using the pledge to teach school safety lessons and are using the resource links to provide curriculum to students of all ages! OUTSTANDING!
 

Over 3,000 RESPECT Pledges!

Take the
R-E-S-P-E-C-T  Pledge

This pledge encompasses the idea that respect of one’s self and others will help to eliminate problems surrounding a variety of school safety issues.

 
   -Print your own certificate
    -View the
state statistics and see how your county stacks up! 


 

 
RED COUNTIES:
over 250 pledges! 

Calloway including Murray Ind.
 Rowan
 Fleming
 Powell
 Livingston
PINK COUNTIES:
over 50 Pledges!
Franklin including Frankfort Ind.
Harlan including Harlan Ind.
Fulton including Fulton Ind.
Owen
Boyd including Ashland Ind. and  Fairview Ind.
 Lyon
 Johnson including Paintsville Ind.
 McCracken including Paducah Ind.
 Carlisle
 Pike including Pikeville Ind.
 Lee

 
 
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Kentucky Center for School Safety wants to step up to the challenge and encourage every school across Kentucky to participate in Kentucky Safe Schools Week, October 17-23, 2010.  This year’s theme is R-E-S-P-E-C-T and will span topics from bullying, cyber bullying, sexting, internet safety to suicide.
 
Every teacher and school across Kentucky is urged to participate in Kentucky Safe Schools Week. Lesson plans, interactive links, videos, coloring pages and more are available to download for classroom use to promote awareness.  This observance complements the national campaign. The Kentucky “R-E-S-P-E-C-T” campaign is sponsored by the KCSS. America’s Safe Schools Week is sponsored by the National School Safety Center.




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