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See Something, Say Something

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If you See Something, Say Something® is a national campaign used to help raise awareness to suspicious activity. The Tulare City School District challenges staff and students, alike, to "have each other's back" and to report any and all suspicious activity that can place someone in danger.
One can Say Something by any of the following means: 
- Telling a teacher
- Telling someone in the office
- Telling the school principal or vice principal
- Telling a parent
- Making a Sprigeo report (which can be anonymous)
- Calling the District Office
- Calling Tulare Police Department
"In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is the wrong thing, the worst you can do is nothing."
-Theodore Roosevelt



If you feel unsafe or know someone who feels unsafe, please report it here. After you fill out the form, Sprigeo sends an email to an administrator with all of the details from your report. You can also download one of the apps from the Apple Store or the Android Marketplace to submit a report.

We believe that all students have a right to a safe, secure, and healthy school environment. Our school, with support from the district and school communities, is committed to promoting an atmosphere of mutual respect, tolerance, and acceptance.

Bullying Prevention and Student Behavior Intervention Activities

Prevention and Awareness Raising Strategies
  • Monthly “Super Stallion” assemblies
  • School-wide PBIS Matrix/Expectations (Stallion PRIDE) 
  • Character Counts! Trimester breakfast with parents invited to attend
  • Banner/wristbands
  • Positive referrals (drawings)/PRIDE cards
  • Rallies led by students (leadership, student council, AVID)
  • Daily announcements


Intervention and Support Strategies

  • Monthly “Super Stallion” assemblies
  • PBIS Matrix/Expectations (Stallion PRIDE)
  • Assemblies/motivational speakers
  • School psychologist/social worker/BEST behavior coach
  • School counselor
  • Too Good for Drugs curriculum (5th/6th grade)
  • Tulare County Office of Education “Step UP” Program
  • Sunrise Community Church mentors



  • Assemblies
  • S.T.O.P. data
  • Student survey (district and site)
  • Common sense media lessons/UpStream 
  • Discussions in classrooms (teachers, counselor, and administration)
  • Student leaders trained as a support system for classmates


Incident Reporting

  • Counselor
  • Administration
  • Resource officer
  • Teachers
  • Nursing
  • Classified staff
  • School psychologist/social worker
  • TYSB 
  • Parents
  • E-mail (student Gmail accounts)



  • Assemblies
  • Parent/student events
  • Website
  • Parent Liaison
  • Student-generated newsletter
  • Open door policy with administration 
  • SST meetings
  • Counseling services/TYSB/social worker