Say Something resources are available in Spanish, Portuguese, Haitian Kreyòl and Vietnamese. Please explore the page below to find the materials that are right for you and your students.
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The Say Something PowerPoint presentation is available in English and Spanish. In addition, for the Haitian Kreyòl, Portuguese, and Vietnamese presentations, the translated text can be accessed in the “Notes” section just below each slide. To access this translated text, download the presentation and click on “View, then go to “Presentation Views” and then click on “Normal”. Under each slide, you will see the translated PowerPoint text as well as the translated talking points.
Say Something Student Guide – This easy-to-use guide is designed to assist peer leaders and SAVE Promise Club members in sustaining Say Something throughout the year. It includes tips for getting started; key action steps and messages to emphasize; and ideas, activities and resources that young people can do throughout the year to carry Say Something forward and create a culture of “upstanders.”
Say Something Parent Brochure – The Say Something Parent Brochure is a tool that is provided by the school or youth organization, and can be sent home via email, for parents and caregivers to help continue the Say Something conversation at home.
Break the ice with your Spanish-speaking students with this fun rainbow scavenger hunt, featuring Sandy Hook Promise staff.