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Iowa Safe School's Virtual Hangout
The next Virtual Hangout will be Thursday, June 10th at 4pm.
Join Kaylyn for Virtual Hangout! Virtual Hangout is intended as a virtual drop in for LGBTQ youth in 6-12th grade as a safe, supportive, and affirming space to discuss a variety of topics. The Hangout uses Zoom, a free online platform, for connecting youth across Iowa. Zoom can be accessed through phones, tablets, and laptops. If you have questions, please email
Please fill out the form below with all information, and create an account on the Zoom platform. Once registered, you will receive an email with the instructions on how to attend the Virtual Hangout Zoom meeting every Friday. If needed, you may receive an email from Iowa Safe Schools staff asking for clarification on registration questions. If you register with a school email and are not receiving links, please register with a different non-school email.
It is Iowa Safe Schools' commitment to provide safe and supportive environments for our students, even if it is through technology.
DISCLAIMER: Iowa Safe Schools reserves the right to cancel, postpone, or terminate meetings under our discretion. Due to the changing nature of COVID-19, we will keep all interested informed if these meetings need to be rescheduled. All registrations are final and no refunds will be given. All registrations are reviewed, and can be declined for any reason.
If this is an emergency, please call 911.
24 x 7 crisis assistance is available from the Iowa Victim Service Call Center 1800-770-1650 or text IowaHelp to 20121.
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