Students, parents and staff can
confidentially report urgent information to school officials.
February 3, 2014
This week, the Liberty Central School District will begin using a new communications tool called Anonymous Alerts, a confidential, anonymous system to report bullying, cyber-bullying, gang-related issues, suicide and other sensitive topics and issues.
The system allows students, parents and staff members to confidentially report urgent information to school officials directly from an iPhone or iPad, smart phone, tablet or computer. The encrypted information is sent immediately through private messages and images may be attached to the messages.
All reports remain anonymous, though senders have the option to reveal their identity to facilitate a direct, two-way dialogue. Message topics include student bullying, depression, family difficulties, drug and alcohol problems, sexual harassment, guns or other weapons in school or unusual student behavior that may warrant immediate attention by school officials or police.
“This system will help not only comply with a DASA mandate to establish a web-based system for reporting bullying or discrimination, but really goes the extra mile to reach out to students who might be in crisis,” explained Liberty Superintendent Dr. William Silver.
To fill out a report, visit the Liberty Central School District website and click the “Anonymous Alerts” button on the right side of the home page. The link will take you to the Liberty Anonymous Alerts page where you can complete the reporting process.
“It is our hope that this system will encourage those who are
experiencing problems and those who witness potential dangers to
come forward,” said Silver. “It is up to us all to create a
safe, tolerant and compassionate school community.”
Go to Anonymous Alerts Reporting Page or click button below
View letter sent to Liberty Elementary School parents :
View letter sent to Liberty Middle School parents :
View letter sent to Liberty High School parents :