SASD Counseling Services

Safe2Say Something

On January 14, 2019, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania activated the Safe2Say Something anonymous tip line, a key component of Pennsylvania Act 44 of 2018. The tip line is operated and monitored 24/7 by the Office of the Attorney General where tips are reviewed, classified, and forwarded to the appropriate school district. Tips that are found to contain information that may indicate a "life safety" issue are also forwarded to the Cumberland County 911 Center.

Students, parents, and community members can submit tips via three methods:
1) A free mobile application available for Apple and Android devices
2) By visiting
3) By calling 1-844-SAF2SAY (1-844-723-2729)

As always, we strongly encourage anyone with information relating to the safety of our schools to report these concerns immediately. Tips that are generally reported include, but are not limited to, tips regarding violence against students or facilities, tips regarding self-harm, and tips regarding substance abuse. In addition to the Safe2Say Something program, our community is reminded that any concerns can also be reported directly to a school district official and to our colleagues in local and state law enforcement.

Our Counselors

Mrs. Kelly Ackley, Supervising Counselor

Nancy Grayson Elementary School
Mrs. Kelly Ackley

James Burd Elementary School
Mrs. LeeAnn Rager

Shippensburg Area Intermediate School
Mrs. Molly Onomastico

Shippensburg Area Middle School
Ms. Rosemary Junkin
Ms. Angie Mckee

Shippensburg Area Senior High School
Mrs. Rachel Debias
Mrs. Erica Frontino
Mr. David Lindenmuth