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Churchill students look out for each other

red sanding filling a crack in sidewalkIf you see something, say something.

Recently, students at Churchill High School noticed red sand in the breaks in the sidewalk in the breezeway in the middle of campus. Then, they started seeing messages popping up written in sidewalk chalk. Messages like: stay safe, watch your surroundings and know who to trust. 

The red sand represents the 25 million victims of human trafficking; victims often referred to as people who fall through the cracks. The Churchill Parliament created the awareness campaign.

“We want students to be aware of what’s going on,” said Parliament’s Head of Community Service, Drew Sharpstene. “This serves as a good reminder to stay safe and use precautions. It also reminds us to use the great resources of counselors that NEISD provides for us. We have such a great support network here.”

Churchill Parliament membersThe Parliament students know it takes all of us to be #NEISDsafe.

If you see something, say something.

The North East Tip Line ( gives you a safe and confidential way to report a wide variety of safety concerns. 

You can also call the NEPD non-emergency line at 210-407-0925.

More information is available online at 

Posted by: Evan Henson
posted on: 01/20/2023