Hill Country Children's Advocacy Center
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Community Education

Community Education

 

The Center provides numerous opportunities for law enforcement and child protection professionals to obtain current training regarding best practices in child welfare and protection. Additionally, HCCAC provides speakers to schools and community groups who are able to help participants recognize and report the signs of child abuse. To schedule a presentation, please contact Outreach Coordinator Kaylee Gaines at 512-756-2607 or kayleeg@hccac.org.


programs for schools

Play It Safe! Child Safety Proram Sponsored by Hill Country Children’s Advocacy Center

This child safety program is geared to elementary age students and is taught by well trained and dedicated community volunteers.  We hope to teach the children rules that may help them in difficult situations.  The children are taught that it doesn’t matter what a person looks like, but what they ask you to do that matters.  We know that many child predators are not strangers but live in the home or neighborhood.

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burnet isd

  • Burnet Elementary Grades Pre-K – 2
  • Bertram Elementary Grades K-3
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marble falls isd

  • Colt Elementary Grade 1
  • Highland Lakes Elementary Grades Kinder-2
  • Spicewood Elementary Grades 1-2
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llano isd

  • Llano Elementary Grades K-5
  • Packsaddle Elementary Grades K-5
 
 
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blanco county

  • Blanco Elementary Grades K-2
  • Hope School Grades K-4
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lampasas isd

  • Kline Whitis Elementary Grades K-2
  • Hanna Springs Elementary Grade 1
  • San Saba Elementary Grades K-2
 
 

What We Teach:

Through videos and discussions of Play It Safe! safety rules, children learn:

  • I have a right to be safe.
  • My body’s mine!
  • How to recognize “Tricky People”.
  • To always have a buddy!
  • To always ask first!