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SAF Program Visits Stepping Stones

The Oswego County BOCES Stepping Stones Day Program in Fulton has partnered with Services to Aid Families (SAF) for an ongoing school-based educational program that includes a focus on every day heroes in the community, safe choices, and violence awareness.

Tristan Graham is an everyday hero and wears a badge of honor to prove it. He is a student in the Oswego County BOCES Stepping Stones Day Program and participated in an educational outreach program through Services to Aid Families where he and his classmates talked about the characteristics of a role model and an everyday hero.
Tristan Graham is an everyday hero and wears a badge of honor to prove it. He is a student in the Oswego County BOCES Stepping Stones Day Program and participated in an educational outreach program through Services to Aid Families where he and his classmates talked about the characteristics of a role model and an everyday hero.

SAF educators Meredith Needham and Sarah Carmichael coordinated introductory activities and lessons to help students recognize characteristics of people who are demonstrating safe behavior and how to make positive choices in order to behave like the everyday heroes in the students’ own lives.

The SAF educators will continue to provide weekly support to the classrooms at the Stepping Stones Day Program through the end of the school year.