Safe Halls' Mission

Safe Halls Project was founded, June 13, 2014 by parents with the desire to re-shape the school safety conversation.  We foster open dialogue in New York school communities to contribute to school safety.    

Safe Halls Project was founded, June 13, 2014 by parents with the desire to re-shape the school safety conversation.  We foster open dialogue in New York school communities to contribute to school safety.  

 

Our Vision

That school communities thrive in a safe and welcoming environment.       

That school communities thrive in a safe and welcoming environment.

 

 

  

Who We Are

We are a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization defined under the Internal Revenue Code 170(b)(1)(A)(vi).  The organization was founded by parents who believed in exploring alternatives to school safety in New York City and surrounding areas. Without the use of extra guards or metal detectors, we encourage students and teachers to speak more on school safety.  To report safety concerns and promote positive change to their learning environment.

Academic performance is related to emotional and physical safety.   School safety is a nonstop practice with many parts and if not enhanced, developed and applied, school communities fall behind. 

Does your school community adjust to the ever-changing classroom environment?

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  07/17/17

107 intermediate students belonging to 12 different schools in the community participated in our Student Safety Survey.  Thank you to the awesome students!  Our gratitude goes to the faculty of I.S. 59 of Springfield Gardens Queens, New York for their assistance.

107 intermediate students belonging to 12 different schools in the community participated in our Student Safety Survey. 

Thank you to the awesome students!  Our gratitude goes to the faculty of I.S. 59 of Springfield Gardens Queens, New York for their assistance.

Your voice matters, take our STUDENT SAFETY SURVEY and be heard here.

Your voice matters, take our STUDENT SAFETY SURVEY and be heard here.

Well maintained building and grounds promote civil order and demonstrate ownership of and respect for school property, qualities that tend to be reciprocated by users.

Well maintained building and grounds promote civil order and demonstrate ownership of and respect for school property, qualities that tend to be reciprocated by users.