We live in an age where everything is swipe away. Virtually, there are countless apps (some useful and others not so much) to assist you in whatever you can think of. Thanks to the TCDSB, there is one more app to download, but this one can be a life saver for many youth. Bullying ranges from physical to virtual, but most often youth feel unsafe or uneasy to report a problem.
Students at Toronto Catholic high schools will soon be able to submit their concerns about bullying with just a tap of a finger. The Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) is rolling out the Anonymous Alert app to all of its secondary schools starting next month.
The program allows students to anonymously message to their school’s principal on a range of issues, including bullying, weapons and other safety concerns. – Read the full article here