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Posted By iamincontrol | April 3, 2018
Have you ever witnessed someone being bullied, but didn’t feel comfortable taking action? Whether you were scared the bully might hurt you for standing up or start bullying you for tattling, we all have been there. Fortunately for students in the Iowa City School District, there is a new solution. Students can now text @Bullying or @SafeSchools to a certain phone number. It directs them to a reporting form that they can submit anonymously. The school counselor receives the digital form without a name on the report. The counselor and/or principal then take action to address the situation. How easy is that?\
Want this in your school? Talk to your teachers and show them this video: http://www.kcrg.com/content/news/IC-students-can-now-anonymously-report-bullying-sexual-assault-via-text-448361003.html.