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In an anonymous report a student mentioned to his friend he was depressed and considered hurting himself. The school contacted the student's parents, and the student received counseling.
"That's quite a nice feeling when you think you saved a life, and we wouldn't have been able to do that without that system (Report-it)," Richman said. "It allowed us to intervene in a positive sense."Sun Newspapers
"We have had Report-It.com available to our students for the past 1 1/2 years. We think it has been a tremendous success and is one more tool we use to keep our kids safe."Time to Act
"We need to know about anything that makes it difficult for a student to learn. We want to be proactive instead of reactive."New York State School Board News
"We had a hot line, but the cost of operating it all the time became prohibitive," Ted Peterson, the high school principal, told Education World. "We decided to try Report-It. The anonymity factor convinced us to go with it."According to Eyewitness News, reporter Lynsey Paulo:
In just one month, Lakeville district officials credit it (Report-it.com) with alerting them to at least two students thinking about suicide. They got help. The school has also received tips (through Report-it) about drug deals and other criminal activity.