Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How do I get the program?

A. Florida public schools are provided with program materials at no cost through a generous appropriation from the Office of the Florida Attorney General. If you are a Florida public school, or an organization partnering with a Florida public school to provide the program, please visit

Private schools, and schools and organizations outside of Florida, can purchase the program. Materials are provided at a reasonable cost, and school bundles which include materials for all grades are offered at a discounted rate for both programs. Purchasing materials gives you access to program updates and online Facilitator training and support for your organization for 3 years.

For additional information about program features and benefits, a program comparison checklist, and current pricing, visit

If you would like to order/purchase materials for multiple schools or a district or region, please contact us at [email protected] for custom orders/pricing.


Q. Do you offer any financial assistance?

A. While we cannot provide financial assistance to purchase materials, we do offer support in accessing grants and other types of financial support. We provide you with the following materials to assist you in obtaining funding and other support:

If you need additional assistance, we are happy to help in any way we can.


Q. Do I have to be trained to provide the program?

A. While training is not required to order materials, our expectation is that prior to implementing the classroom lessons anyone who will be facilitating will complete the Facilitator Training. You will receive access to a two-hour online training course with your materials.


Q. What if I don’t have time to present the lessons to all classes?

A. We hope that you will find the time to present the lessons to all students to ensure they all receive this critical safety information, however we also understand that it might be impractical for you to reach every student and support your efforts to reach any students. You may order materials for just the grades you anticipate presenting to, or you may order materials for all grades and seek out blocks of time to get into additional grades and classes.


Q. Can I combine classes to present the lessons?

A. We ask that you please not combine classrooms as the nature of some of the discussions might cause students to limit their participation if they are around unfamiliar students or in too large a group.


Q. How far apart should lessons 1 and 2 be presented?

A. Best practice is at least one to two weeks and no more than six weeks. Presenting within this timeframe allows the opportunity for repetition and helps ensure students don’t forget the concepts learned in lesson 1, such as the Safety Rules, etc.


Q. What about parents being educated and informed, how are parents included?

A. There is information and reinforcement materials included for parents with each lesson. Additionally, if your school chooses to use it, there is a Parent Opt-Out and Welcome Form you can use prior to implementing lessons which helps inform parents about the program. The Safety Connection: Parent Information & Activity Sheets that go home with students after each lesson, highlight information about what children learned and what parents can do to reinforce that learning. There is also an activity for parents to do with their children. There are also supplemental materials, such as Safety Briefs and a Safety Matters Information PowerPoint, available on the Facilitator Flash Drive to assist with engaging and educating parents.


Q. I’m a parent and my school isn’t using your programs. How can I get them to teach these lessons?

A. Reach out to your school principal and/or school counselor and share our information. You can also contact us with the contact information for you and the school and we’ll be happy to reach out to them.