Our program, with its emphasis on personal safety, is geared toward teaching students how to differentiate between good and bad touch and to assert their rights to protect themselves from unsafe personal situations.
The Safe Touch Rules, as well as the Safety Theme chart and posters below outline the safety content that your child(ren) will learn during classroom lessons in grades 1, 2, 3 and 4. Classroom lessons will be primarily facilitated by your child's school counselor.
You are invited to create an account to explore the vast amount of resources and ways to talk to your child(ren) about these very sensitive but important issues.
Directions for logging on:
- Please log on to www.secondstep.org and select “create an account” located on the upper right-hand side of the website.
- You will be prompted to enter an activation key. Please use the following activation key that correlates to the grade level of interest and click “go”:
- Kindergarten: CPUK FAMI LYGK
- First Grade: CPU1 FAMI LYG1
- Second Grade: CPU2 FAMI LYG2
- Third Grade: CPU3 FAMI LYG3
- Fourth Grade: CPU4 FAMI LYG4
- Fifth Grade: CPU5 FAMI LYG5
- Then, fill in the required information and click “ok.”
- Your account is now activated.
- Then, you will receive an email confirmation allowing you to log in.
As you log in and begin to explore, click on “resources”, and “Families.”
Talking with Kids for Signs of Sexual Abuse
secondSTEP Committee for Children
Signs of Sexual Abuse (PDF)
Safe Touch Rules
Rule #1: It is never okay for grownups or older kids to touch your private body parts – except to keep you healthy and clean.
Rule #2: If an older kid or grownup wants you to touch his/her private body parts or asks to touch your private body parts and tells you to keep it a secret, say NO!, GO and TELL an adult you trust right away. If the first person you talk to does not believe you, tell someone else.
Rule #3: Anytime you feel mixed-up or confused about a touch, tell the person to stop and talk to a grownup you trust about it.
|Never-Never General Safety Rules
|Always Ask an Adult First
|Ways to Stay Safe: Recognize, Report, Refuse Assertively
|Never Keep Secrets Rule
|Private Body Parts Rule
We encourage families to engage their children in conversations around these important topics.