It features several ways to report concerns and tips

The Williams Bay School District has taken a step in an effort to increase safety within the district through a service that offers several ways for concerns to be reported.

In a letter to parents last week, Williams Bay School District Administrator Wayne Anderson said the district is now using SafeSchools Alert.

“Safety is one of our district’s top priorities and to help safeguard our school community, we’ve taken an important step that I want to share with you,” Anderson said.

He went on to explain that SafeSchools Alert is a tip reporting service that allows students, staff and parents to submit safety concerns to school counselors and administration through several avenues.

The five different ways concerns can be reported are:

1) App – via the SafeSchools Alert mobile app, available for free download in the App Store;

2) Phone – by calling 262-205-3128;

3) Text – concerns or tips can be sent via text to 262-205-3128;

4) Email – email tips to 1849@alert1.us;

5) Web – concerns can be shared on the website http://1849.alert1.us

“You and your child can easily report tips on bullying, harassment, drugs, vandalism, threats of violence, or any safety issue you’re concerned about through SafeSchools Alert,” Anderson said.

When submitting a tip, be sure to use the Williams Bay School District’s identification code, 1849, in the communication.

“Every tip SafeSchools Alert receives about our district is immediately logged in the system and our administration is notified so that they can investigate and take appropriate action,” Anderson said.

Tips may also be submitted anonymously, he said.

“Together, using SafeSchools Alert, we can make our district a safer place to work and learn,” Anderson said.

 
 

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