Berkshire Students attend Sandy Hook Promise Youth Summit

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Top Row Left to Right: Caden Neumore (8); Heather Papp (8); Jackson Hare (7); Julia Landrus (8); Shayla Grimmer (7) Next row: Griffin Urban (9); Lindsey Hill (9); Rebecca Hauser (7); Spencer Adams (11); Jacob Hanson (10); Catherine Lillibridge (10); Amy Pfiester (10) Front row: Amber Brickell (12); Jenna Parmertor (12); Guidance Counselor Sarah Szioba

On Oct. 22, students from Berkshire Jr./Sr. High School participated in a Sandy Hook Promise Youth Summit at Orange High School.

Students from Chardon, Twinsburg, Streetsboro, and Chagrin Falls attended the event.  The Sandy Hook Promise “Say Something” initiative is a collaborative effort from people of all walks of life – educators, community leaders, social workers, parents who have lost loved ones due to violence and people who simply want to make our schools and neighborhoods safer.

The students listened to a “Say Something” presentation from the managing directors. The three steps that everyone can do are: 1. Look for warning signs, signals and threats 2. Act immediately. Take it seriously. 3. Say something to a trusted adult.

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