If you see something, say something.
This is the slogan of homeland security’s national campaign against terrorism-related suspicious activity. The idea is that if you see a suspicious person, report it to local law enforcement.
Next week MBHS is working to raise awareness about this campaign. With our Neon Dance coming up, ASB chose to do a spirit week combining the Alice and Wonderland theme of the dance and the Say Something campaign.
On Monday student scan pledge to “say something” in the quad.
Most of the rest of the weeks’ activities are based on the upcoming dance. On Tuesday students are invited to twin with their friends for Tweedle-Dee Tweedle-Dum day. For Wednesday there will be a tea-party in the quad (bring a mug for tea). Thursday students can dress up as their favorite Disney character, students are expected to wear neon on Friday, and the Neon Dance is on Saturday.
For more information about suspicious activity and Say Something week go to www.dhs.gov.