Many students are going back to school in the fall after more than a year of social distancing. The transition will likely be a difficult one for many, especially with mental health concerns among our youth already on the rise.
As part of the return to school, we’re hosting a series of webinars for students and educators. But first, we want to hear from you. We want to know what worries you most about your return to school. We would love it if you could share your concerns in a quick video. Just take the video on your cell phone or computer and upload it at the link below.
Your stories will be used to help create a webinar that will provide useful information for both educators and students as they return to school. Videos submitted may also be used within the webinar itself or to promote the event. Thanks and we look forward to hearing from you soon!
Take a Selfie Video
You can record a video on your phone, tablet or even with a digital camera! Try to keep your videos short and concise. Less than one minute is best. You can upload it here.
Other Ways to Share Your Story
Prefer not to record a video but still want to share your story? No problem!
We have an easy-to-fill-out online form that just takes a couple of minutes to complete. Get your story started!
If you’re more comfortable submitting your concerns in writing, feel free to email our In-House Reporter, Dirk Perrefort at [email protected] to share your story.
Disclaimer – By submitting this content I give permission to Sandy Hook Promise (“SHP”), its officers, directors, employees and agents and anyone else designated by SHP to use this information including photos, videos and written information I’ve submitted to promote the mission of SHP. By submitting the material I release SHP, its agents, officers, directors, employees and assigns from and against any and all demands, liabilities, claims, costs and expenses which I have or may have arisen in connection with the use of my image, voice, likeness and/or name, including but not limited to claims for invasion of privacy, defamation, or any other cause of action.