Thanks to Deputy Nelson and Middle School Principal Mr. Testani's collaboration efforts with the Saratoga Police Department, Corinth is now proudly supporting the "See Something, Say Something" school safety campaign.
In a partnership with the Saratoga Springs Police Department, Corinth students, staff and citizens are encouraged to report unsafe behavior and possible criminal behavior to the tip line. The police will share the information with the appropriate agency for the location.
To ensure every student is aware of this program, Corinth High School art teacher Josie Hollander is facilitating a poster contest. However, instead of choosing one winner, Testani recommended using all of the posters and place them throughout the district building. The students are doing a great job sharing their talent for this important community endeavor.
Photos and information courtesy of Social Media/Digital Communication student Harley Wells.