Learn more about our safety lessons teaching children to take action when in a dangerous situation

About Yell and Tell
The Yell and Tell program is aimed at the young child who sees something dangerous, feels afraid and doesn’t know what to do. Many times this child will run away or be quiet because he/she doesn’t want to get into trouble or be called a tattletale. The Yell and Tell program teaches children how to take action and be a hero. There are seven teaching lessons to the program: Pools, Rivers/Lakes, Fire, Poison, Guns, Child Enticement, Bullying, Drugs and Alcohol. Each lesson covers a dangerous situation that a child might encounter.

For young adults who would like to teach younger children the Yell & Tell program.

Squawk mascot of Yell and Tell children's safety program