SAY WHaT! Action Summits
The Texas School Safety Center hosts Say What! Texas Tobacco-Free Action Summits during the spring of each year to empower school and community-based organizations to invest in youth.
Each Say What! Summit utilizes service learning to train
Middle School and High School students in effective tobacco prevention activities aimed at reducing the harmful effects of tobacco use in Texas. After receiving training in the morning, all student and adult participants take part in a local Community Action Event and help make a difference that same day! And as a bonus, every participant receives three hours of community service!
Funding for Say What! Texas Tobacco-Free Summits comes from the Texas Department of State Health Services and allows TxSSC to offer these elite training services FREE OF CHARGE. We cover registration fees, training materials, and meals. And all you have to do is GET THERE!!!
2020 Action Summit Dates & Locations Coming Soon!
Having fun doing the scavenger hunt in Kemah, TX!
All of the participants that attended the Kemah Action Summit!
Kemah participants writing down why they are involved in tobacco prevention!
All of the participants that attended the San Antonio Action Summit!
Hippos living the life tobacco-free in San Antonio!
Working with EYL to figure out why everyone is excited about tobacco prevention!
Just hanging out with the parrots in El Paso, TX!
All of the participants that attended the El Paso Action Summit!
Getting ready to learn all about tobacco prevention!
All of the participants that attended the Lufkin Action Summit!
Cigarette litter pick-up in Lufkin, Texas!
Lufkin participants writing down why they are involved in tobacco prevention!
All of the participants at the South Padre Island Action Summit!
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San Marcos, TX 78666
Say What! was created and designed by young people from across Texas and connects students interested in eliminating tobacco from their schools and communities. The Say What! movement is funded by the Texas Department of State Health Services through a contract with the Texas School Safety Center at Texas State University.