Our mission is to help students recognize and respond to issues that threaten their futures.

We do this through interactive, high-energy assemblies that utilize the power of story and of music to create unforgettable messages.
Bullying- 35% of students report being bullied during school.

In the past nine years, Cyberbullying has doubled. 90% of teens who report being cyberbullied have also been bullied offline.

Exploitation- 13 years old is the average age a child is first exploited through prostitution.

At least 100,000 U.S. children are exploited into trafficking and prostitution each year in America. Up to 90% of minor victims are under the control of a pimp.

Suicide- is the 2nd leading cause of death for ages 12-18.

The suicide rate rose +70% over the 10 year period from 2006-2016.

4 out of 5 teens who attempt suicide have given clear warning signs before their attempt.

Addiction- Students who drink before the age of 15 are 5x more likely to develop issues with alcohol abuse.

35.3% of 12th graders have reported drinking alcohol within the last 30 days.

Students who drink before the age of 15 are 5x more likely to develop issues with alcohol abuse.

Assembly Topics

Each assembly is designed to be a stand-alone topic or combined with another topic to fit your school’s needs.

Bullying

Exploitation

Suicide

Addiction

“It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.”

FREDERICK DOUGLASS

“IT IS EASIER TO BUILD STRONG CHILDREN THAN TO REPAIR BROKEN MEN.”

–FREDERICK DOUGLASS

What the Schools are Saying

“We were very excited about the possibilities of having this program for our students. Our students at McLaurin were very engaged and attentive. The presenters were top notch and their real-world stories had our students discussing things long after the program. We had a few students who thought it necessary to seek advice from a counselor. I believe this program provided needed education in this area for all of the students involved. It was truly well-done.”
Scott Rimes, PH.D   Principal, McLaurin High School

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Ways to Fund the Assembly for Your School District.

We know there are school districts that are low on funding for even the essentials, let alone assemblies. Our staff all raise their own salaries, which means you don’t have to pay them. Woo hoo! That’s good news. The charge for the assembly covers what it costs us to put on each assembly and we understand your school may not be able to afford that, so we have pulled together some ideas on how you can raise funds to sponsor the assembly. Whether you are a teacher, school administrator, parent or student these ideas will help bring Say Something Assemblies to your school district!

FUNDING IDEAS

What the Schools are Saying

“We were very excited about the possibilities of having this program for our students. Our students at McLaurin were very engaged and attentive. The presenters were top notch and their real-world stories had our students discussing things long after the program. We had a few students who thought it necessary to seek advice from a counselor. I believe this program provided needed education in this area for all of the students involved. It was truly well-done.”
Scott Rimes, PH.D   Principal, McLaurin High School

Book

Ways to Fund the Assembly for Your School District.

We know there are school districts that are low on funding for even the essentials, let alone assemblies. Our staff all raise their own salaries, which means you don’t have to pay them. Woo hoo! That’s good news. The charge for the assembly covers what it costs us to put on each assembly and we understand your school may not be able to afford that, so we have pulled together some ideas on how you can raise funds to sponsor the assembly. Whether you are a teacher, school administrator, parent or student these ideas will help bring Say Something Assemblies to your school district!

FUNDING IDEAS

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