To keep Kentucky schools safe places in which to learn and work, I pledge to be:
Strong and make good choices to improve myself and my school.
Understanding of others and realize everyone is unique with varied talents.
Powerful by reporting to an adult, or sending an online tip.
Encouraging when a fellow student needs reassurance.
Respectful of others and treat everyone as I want to be treated.
Reveal your superhero, take the online "BE INCREDIBLE, Reveal Your SUPERhero! Pledge Against Bullying." KCSS stands on the belief that every student has incredible super skills and talents that make them unique and strong. By taking the pledge we are working together towards creating a "family-like" culture in our schools and community. www.kycss.org/sswpledge
Fighting together to solve safety issues may be as easy as leaving an online tip. Students or parents can be a “Silent Hero” and help without fear of retaliation. The Kentucky Center for School Safety offers to partner with schools and provide a “free” online reporting tool, the S.T.O.P! TIPLINE. The tip line encourages students, parents or community members, who know of an unsafe situation in school, to anonymously pass on that information to school personnel by using a digital format. The link for the S.T.O.P! TIPLINE is located on the lefthand side of the Menifee County Schools Website. Menifee County Schools has been utilizing the S.T.O.P! TIPLINE for over 4 years now. More info on how to use the S.T.O.P! TIPLINE can be found here.
The Kentucky “BE INCREDIBLE, Reveal Your SUPERhero!” campaign is sponsored by the Kentucky Center for School Safety. This observance coincides with the national campaign. America’s Safe Schools Week is sponsored by the National School Safety Center. “I support and encourage all Kentuckians to get involved and help solve the bullying issues in the schools across our Commonwealth. Joining together, we can make a personal commitment to reduce intimidation and harassment in our schools, while we work to improve culture and build relationships.” said Jon Akers, Executive Director, KCSS.