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Encourage everyone in your school, community, or office to join for the premier by hosting a watch party. You can host a watch party in Home Room, Health, Elective, P.E., or any class period on October 26. You can even host a watch party after school!

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2023 Red Ribbon Week
Virtual Summit

Thursday, October 26th

10:00am - 11:00am
Central Time

Register for the RRW Virtual Summit

Join us for this year's Red Ribbon Week to watch the Say What! Teen Ambassadors discuss the impact of vaping nicotine and THC on our health and wellness, the deceptive tactics the tobacco industry is using to deceive youth into using their products, how youth can help a friend quit vaping, and what youth and adults can do to join the fight.


Participating in the virtual summit is as easy as logging into Zoom from anywhere and on any device. If you can’t attend for the premier, register anyway so you can receive access to the summit recording and advocacy opportunities!


The virtual summit includes 15-minutes of pre-summit content with everything kicking off at 10:15am.

2024 In-Person Summits

The Texas School Safety Center hosts several regional Say What! Action Summits during the spring of each year. Summits utilize service learning to train 6th – 12th grade students in effective tobacco prevention activities aimed at reducing the harmful effects of tobacco, nicotine, and e-cigarette use in Texas.


Say What! Teen Ambassadors collaborate with Say What! staff to provide tobacco prevention education, teen leadership skill development, team building activities, and networking opportunities. Each Summit also includes a local community action event which each participant receives community services hours for.


Funding for the Say What! Action Summits comes from the Texas Department of State Health Services and allows TxSSC to offer this elite training and training materials completely FREE.

Summits are led by Say What! Teen Ambassadors who are select high school students from across Texas and have been trained to be statewide advocates for youth tobacco prevention.


Summit participants receive vaping prevention education, the opportunity to advance their advocacy skills, network and team build with other like-minded youth and adults and plan a tobacco prevention project for their school or community.

Youth groups who attend 
also receive the following:

• A Summit Kit

• Commemorative shirts & lanyards

• Community Service Hours

• An opportunity to earn scholarships to attend the
  Say What! Conference for free

• Breakfast & lunch

• A project planning workbook

• Peer-to-peer education

• An opportunity to connect with like-minded youth


Information about the upcoming summit season will be available soon.
Until then, you can watch the 2023 Virtual Say What! Summit and complete a few of the advocacy activities.

2023 Say What! Virtual Summit

The 2023 Virtual Summit featured the Say What! Teen Ambassadors discussing the evolution of vapes and the increasing level of danger of vaping on the body and those exposed to secondhand aerosol, how the tobacco industry continues to target youth, women, Hispanic/Latinx communities, and Black/African American communities.


Scroll down and click on the Virtual Summit button to watch the recording, download tips on creating a healthier wellbeing, and to access a variety of advocacy activities.



► Watch the 2023 Virtual Summit

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SAYWHAT! | Live Tobacco-free


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Toll Free: 877.304.2727

Local: 512.245.8082

Mailing Address

Texas School Safety Center

ATTN: Say What Program

Texas State University

601 University Drive

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.