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  • Speak Up for Safety - Share concerns about your classmates or school safety.

    Share concerns about your classmates or school safety.

    CALL OR TEXT:  480-573-8808
    EMAIL:  speakup@gse.cusd80.com

    If You See Something, Say Something!


    National Suicide & Crisis Lifeline: 988 Call or Text
    Teen Lifeline: (602) 248- 8336 (TEEN) Call or Text
    Crisis Text Line: 741-741  
    The Trevor Project: (866) 488-7386
    Maricopa Crisis Line: 602-222-9444 
    Safe Domestic Violence Services: (480)-890-3039 or text LOVEIS to 22522  
    Chandler Police: (480) 782-4000  
    Speak Up for Safety Tip Line:   Share concerns about your classmates or school safety.
    EMAIL: speakup@gse.cusd80.com
    CALL OR TEXT: 480-573-8808
    If You See Something, Say Something!

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  •  BC2M Mini-Summit

    BHS Bring Change 2 Mind Mini-Summit

    A note from BHS Bring Change 2 Mind Club Students: We are so excited to share that we are hosting a mini-summit here at Basha High School! We have vendors coming, breakout sessions planned, a raffle, catered food, and more prepared for you all to enjoy on April 20th from 10:00 am-2:00 pm.

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  •  Nuture through Nature

    Planting Hope: Connecting through Nature and Art

    Semicolon Society's upcoming Planting Hope: Connecting through Nature & Art event will be on Sunday, 4/21 from 12:00-3:00 pm at the Chandler Community Center. This will be a drop-in event for the public, where people can plant flowers to take home, participate in a community art project hosted by Skye's the Limit, grab a snack, and check out mental health resources.

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  •  Tuesday Talks: A Critical Conversation about Suicide Prevention

    Tuesday Talks: A Free Parent Education Series

    Semicolon Society is providing a FREE educational series for all parents and guardians on a variety of topics ranging from teen dating and suicide prevention to connecting with our teens and preparing for college. All discussions are provided by mental health providers and other experts in the field. All events include dinner, valuable conversation on critical topics, and time to connect with the speaker and other parents. Click for more information and to register.

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  •  Be Kind to Your Mind 5K

    Be Kind to Your Mind 5K Run & Walk

    As you know, May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Last year, Tempe hosted a 5k Walk/Run to spread awareness about mental health and since it was a success they are excited to announce a second one! This time, they are hosting a FREE, family-friendly 5k Walk/Run and Mental Wellness Fair. The aim is to destigmatize negative beliefs surrounding mental health and raise awareness for ways to build both individual and community resilience. Tempe is particularly focused on inviting organizations that primarily work with youth in the community, as their involvement is crucial to their cause. The event will occur on Saturday, May 11, 2024, at Kiwanis Park (Baseline Road entrance) in Tempe, starting at 9:00 a.m. and ending at noon. 

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