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  • Safety: Out of the Danger Zone

    Safety - Awareness and Response. Grades 4-6

    By stressing a single appropriate response to danger, this video helps prepare boys and girls to respond promptly and predictably to safeguard themselves and others. When they discover an old mystery game in Grandpa's closet, three youngsters also discover valuable personal safety advice. The "Out of the Danger Zone" game presents the players with a series of scenarios that tests their ability to handle dangerous situations. These scenarios deal with gun safety, physical safety, internet safety, and drug safety. As each situation unfolds, players are reminded to be aware of their environment at all times, to recognize the danger of certain types of situations, and to respond quickly in two simple steps:

    • Get away from the danger.
    • Tell an adult.

    This sound advice will help intermediate students respond confidently when their personal safety is at risk.

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  • Safety: If You Feel Danger

    Safety - Awareness and Response. Grades K-3

    By stressing a single appropriate response to danger, this video helps prepare boys and girls to respond promptly and predictably to safeguard themselves and others. We hope the children in our care will never have to confront a truly dangerous situation, but as this video stresses, every child needs to be on the lookout for scary situations and prepared to respond. When children feel danger, the proper response is simple:

    • Stop
    • Get away.
    • Tell an adult.

    A group of third graders, the Safety Squad Singers, and an empowering theme song punch these points home and underscore a series of scenarios dealing with gun safety, with inappropriate approaches by adults, and with drug safety.

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  • Straight Talk about Sex, Gender and Media

    Interpreting media messages. Grades 6-8

    Learn to interpret media messages.

    In the tradition of the Straight Talk series, practical ways for students to gain media literacy are outlined in this timely new video. Analyzing the purposes of media messages and interpreting hidden agendas is a vital skill for young teens under barrage from high-pressure marketing. FromStraight Talk About Sex, Gender, and Media, students will begin to develop a healthy critical approach to the many different forms the media takes, and to make more informed decisions regarding their own choices with regard to sexuality. This video raises the awareness of young people and promotes abstinence from risky behavior.

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  • How Will You React?

    School Safety. Adults

    Filmed entirely in a school setting, this program is designed to supplement your existing emergency preparedness plan as it relates to a school shooting. In consultation with law enforcement and school district security personnel, "How Will You React?" will encourage your staff to think realistically, to prepare mentally and to assess the situation in order to make the decision to RUN, HIDE or FIGHT.

    Topics Include:

    -Survival mindset

    -Dealing with fear and panic

    -Areas to avoid

    -Assessing the situation


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    Stream up to 1080p from this website. Rentals start on first play and end after 24 hours.
  • Blood Borne Pathogens

    Blood Borne Pathogens and Other Germs will help keep your students and their friends safe and healthy. Age Group: Grades 2-5

    Focusing on the school setting, this no-nonsense presentation explains how to avoid transmission of pathogens, with emphasis on those carried by blood and other bodily fluids. This timely program covers these important topics:

    • What to do when someone has a nosebleed or gets a cut or scrape
    • How teachers and the school nurse can help when someone is bleeding
    • Dangerous behaviors that may spread blood borne disease, such as handling needles or broken glass
    • Germs - and how they travel from person to person

    The importance of handwashing in preventing illness By showing kids everyday dangers of classroom and playground, and by outlining some simple safeguards, Blood Borne Pathogens and Other Germs will help keep your students and their friends safe and healthy.

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    Stream up to 1080p from this website. Rentals start on first play and end after 24 hours.
  • Blood Borne Pathogens and Other Germs

    Blood Borne Pathogens and Other Germs will help keep your students and their friends safe and healthy. Age Group: Grades 2-5

    Focusing on the school setting, this no-nonsense presentation explains how to avoid transmission of pathogens, with emphasis on those carried by blood and other bodily fluids. This timely program covers these important topics:

    • What to do when someone has a nosebleed or gets a cut or scrape
    • How teachers and the school nurse can help when someone is bleeding
    • Dangerous behaviors that may spread blood borne disease, such as handling needles or broken glass
    • Germs - and how they travel from person to person

    The importance of handwashing in preventing illness By showing kids everyday dangers of classroom and playground, and by outlining some simple safeguards, Blood Borne Pathogens and Other Germs will help keep your students and their friends safe and healthy.

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  • Filmed entirely in a school setting, this program is designed to supplement your existing emergency preparedness plan as it relates to a school shooting. In consultation with law enforcement and school district security personnel, "How Will You React?" will encourage your staff to think realistically, to prepare mentally and to assess the situation in order to make the decision to RUN, HIDE or FIGHT.

    Topics Include:

    -Survival mindset

    -Dealing with fear and panic

    -Areas to avoid

    -Assessing the situation

    More Info
  • Safety: If You Feel Danger

    Safety - Awareness and Response. Grades K-3

    By stressing a single appropriate response to danger, this video helps prepare boys and girls to respond promptly and predictably to safeguard themselves and others. We hope the children in our care will never have to confront a truly dangerous situation, but as this video stresses, every child needs to be on the lookout for scary situations and prepared to respond. When children feel danger, the proper response is simple:

    • Stop
    • Get away.
    • Tell an adult.

    A group of third graders, the Safety Squad Singers, and an empowering theme song punch these points home and underscore a series of scenarios dealing with gun safety, with inappropriate approaches by adults, and with drug safety.

    More Info
  • Safety: Out Of The Danger Zone

    Safety - Awareness and Response. Grades 4-6

    By stressing a single appropriate response to danger, this video helps prepare boys and girls to respond promptly and predictably to safeguard themselves and others. When they discover an old mystery game in Grandpa's closet, three youngsters also discover valuable personal safety advice. The "Out of the Danger Zone" game presents the players with a series of scenarios that tests their ability to handle dangerous situations. These scenarios deal with gun safety, physical safety, internet safety, and drug safety. As each situation unfolds, players are reminded to be aware of their environment at all times, to recognize the danger of certain types of situations, and to respond quickly in two simple steps:

    • Get away from the danger.
    • Tell an adult.

    This sound advice will help intermediate students respond confidently when their personal safety is at risk.

    More Info
  • Straight Talk About Sex, Gender, and Media

    Interpreting media messages. Grades 6-8

    Learn to interpret media messages.

    In the tradition of the Straight Talk series, practical ways for students to gain media literacy are outlined in this timely new video. Analyzing the purposes of media messages and interpreting hidden agendas is a vital skill for young teens under barrage from high-pressure marketing. FromStraight Talk About Sex, Gender, and Media, students will begin to develop a healthy critical approach to the many different forms the media takes, and to make more informed decisions regarding their own choices with regard to sexuality. This video raises the awareness of young people and promotes abstinence from risky behavior.

    More Info