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In recent weeks there have been many threats of school shootings throughout the United States and more recently affecting our nearby schools. Here is some things you can do if you are feeling uneasy or nervous about the recent events.
Are you nervous about going to school? Are you scared and/or have anxiety while at school?
- Discuss your emotions and feelings with your parent or guardian.
- Speak to your school counselor about your anxiety and fears. If you are nervous to seek out the counselor alone ask your parent/guardian to
- Discuss your options to take while at school or at home to resolve your emotions and feelings.
- Ask for a referral to your local behavioral health.
Hear or see something that could potentially be dangerous? See something on social media?
- Report! Report! Report!
- Report a threat, any type of threat, to a trusted adult, your school counselor, your principle & vice principle, or police.
- Download the “Safe UT” app and report anonymously.
Need a gun lock?
- Come to Utah Navajo Health System behavioral health offices for a gun lock.
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