Anonymous Alerts Anti-Bullying Mobile App Is Implemented by Over 32 Texas School Districts in Under 60 Days
NEW YORK: Anonymous Alerts is proud to announce, in the midst of National Bullying Prevention Month, the high demand in Texas for its patented anti-bullying and safety reporting app for schools.
The new David's Law includes that by Sept. 1, 2017, all districts in Texas implement an anonymous reporting system for students to be able to report instances of bullying, cyberbullying, harassment and other student safety issues and concerns.
Thousands of schools nationwide have made Anonymous Alerts their tool of choice to combat bullying and safety concerns. Anonymous Alerts is the first and only true anonymous two-way communications service that empowers students to 'stand up and report it' by engaging in trusted, private, and encrypted school staff communications. Students can submit safety concerns related to bullying, cyberbullying, cyber harassment, mental health, drug and alcohol use/dealing, depression, weapons on campus, or other issues which may warrant immediate attention. In today's society, using mobile apps for communication are ubiquitous among students.
"Giving students a mobile way to communicate with principals, counselors and school safety personnel is vital to the safe, secure and productive learning climate we want to have in our schools," said Mario De La Rosa, Director of Safety and Security for Round Rock ISD, "With Anonymous Alerts, students can maintain their anonymity and feel confident that someone will help to resolve any problems quickly."
"The fact that we have signed over 32 Texas school districts in 60 days is a testament to the value that school leadership places on having our anonymous two-way communications system with students," said T. Gregory Bender, President/CEO of Anonymous Alerts. "Our outstanding U.S.-based technical support teams and customer training personnel have empowered Anonymous Alerts to grow quickly and effortlessly."