Student Assistance and Family Empowerment

SAFE Coordinator: Shayla Lilly



The Student Assistance and Family Empowerment Program, or SAFE, provides a comprehensive range of prevention and intervention services for students and their families at the elementary and secondary schools in the District. The focus is based on students needs in the areas of alcohol, tobacco, other drugs, and violence prevention. A variety of curricula and programs are used to support that goal.

Helpful Web Links:

Current information and statistics about ATOD and Violence Prevention

Programs and Partners

Parent Resources

Bully Prevention

Parent Bully Prevention Training Videos


SAFE Ambassador Club
"Be the Change that you wish to see in the world"

This group of students shares the common goal of wanting to create a more peaceful, drug-free school environment. They help to implement a variety of prevention and awareness activities to try to reach this goal. Meetings are held on the first and third Friday of every month at 8:30. Contact Mr. Steve John SAFE Coordinator for more information.

Activities Include:

Red Ribbon Week
Bullying Prevention Week
Suicide Prevention - SOS Presentation
Mock D.U.I.
Every 90 Seconds Presentation