Anti bullying efforts at Washington Jr/Sr high are taking a new step
A new group aimed at combating bullying has been formed at Washington Junior/Senior High.
The school has enrolled with “Stop-It”, the leading anti-bullying platform for schools which deters and controls what’s deemed as harmful or inappropriate conduct. The program is designed to turn students into anonymous reporting agents with the ability to stop bullies in their tracks while protecting themselves and their friends.
Neal May is a retired Captain with the NJROTC
The program entails a mobile app which allows students to send photos, videos and screen shot evidence anonymously to report behavior to school leaders. There’s 2 way anonymous messaging for direct communication with school administrators.
The Stop-It kick off is happening today
For more on the Stop IT program visit Stop It Cyber Bully.comFull Story