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Yell and Tell Featured Hero:
Cecelia’s Mom wrote, “My daughter, Cecelia observed a dangerous situation. Her brother had wrapped a cord around his neck and was choking. She yelled HELP. I heard her and came and unraveled the cord. Thank you for teaching her Yell and Tell.”
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The Yell and Tell program has been developed by Jean Davidson. She is the granddaughter of Walter Davidson, one of the four founders and the first president of Harley-Davidson. Her father, Gordon Davidson, was Vice President of Manufacturing. Jean chose not to work at the family company but to dedicate her life to teaching children. She has developed educational curriculum for all levels of teaching at both the state and local levels. Jean has written four books featuring personal stories of the Harley and the Davidson families. Her travels take her both nationally and internationally to such events as educational conferences, motorcycle events, and crime prevention conventions.
Recently Jean’s 4 year old grandson, Ryder, died in an accident that could have been prevented if the child standing nearby would have known how to react. Because of this and learning of similar losses, Jean has developed a program called “Yell and Tell."
The program teaches children who observe a dangerous situation how to react in a proactive way.
These 4 steps are:
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feel something is not right
tell the nearest adult