Oklahoma high school sends powerful message with new video about preventing acts of violence

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MOORE, Okla. – An Oklahoma high school is sending a powerful message with their new video about how to prevent acts of violence.

Moore High School’s “Say Something” video encourages students to speak up whenever they see warning signs about potential acts of violence.

“Each year, there are 2 million acts of violence in schools, 2000 student suicides and more than 1 million threats against schools,” the video points out while showing shots of school shootings around the country.

“There is one thing these tragedies have in common: they are all preventable.”

Lock down procedure drills are now common practice in schools.

This month alone, several schools around the metro have received threats of violence.

No threat can be taken lightly.

Safety is the number one priority.

“Please just say something, we all can help keep our schools safe.”

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