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Super Hero Kids Foundation

P.O. Box 1001

Chanhassen, MN 55317

© 2019 by Superhero Kids™

Super hero kids Training

Preschool - Grade 3

In this fun and interactive program, students collaborate to create an animated character, "Sam," who is learning how to be safe when his/her trusted adult is not present. Together, the class and "Sam" learn how to recognize their feelings, in a given situation, and to honor them. Students are asked to list three trusted adults with whom they can share information. Key message: "Get Away and Tell!" when something does not feel right.

Safer Tweens Training

Grades 4-6

This program builds on our elementary-age training and offers critical elements of the adult class in an age-appropriate context. Students are empowered by learning strategies to recognize and avoid unsafe situations. The tweens class builds on the "Get Away and Tell!" message as well as sharing how to escape an uncomfortable or dangerous situation. The message encourages students to recognize when his/her "Creep Meter" goes off. Trusting their intuition is key to avoiding unwanted behaviors.

Safer Teens Training

Grades 7-8

Our teen program focuses on the best ways to recognize and avoid danger, as well as escape tactics - if necessary. We reinforce how important it is to know how to tell and whom to tell, even when it is difficult. The program discusses relevant Internet safely and peer pressure issues relating to drugs and alcohol.

Safer young adults Training

High school & College

Our high school and college programs can be offered as individual classes or as a larger presentation for about 100 students. Courses can be created for women-only, men-only or co-ed groups. The trainings provide young adults with the necessary information they need to recognize dangerous situations, avoid them, and teaches straightforward escape tactics - including self-defense moves. Specific content and supporting anecdotes are selected so they are pertinent to each group.

For more information on assault prevention and safety programs for all age levels, visit Not Me!