School encourages confidential tip system

Attorney General Bill Schuette promotes OK2SAY
Attorney General Bill Schuette promotes OK2SAY with Rockford High School student Nick Ignatoski, Cedar Springs assistant superintendent Jo Spry and RHS student Bri Houle

ROCKFORD, Mich. (WOTV) A state-wide program in Michigan is giving students an outlet to help stop or prevent violence in school. OK2SAY lets students confidentially report threatening behavior to the school and law enforcement. Reportable threats include bullying, cyberbullying, online predators, students who may harm themselves or others, suicide threats, sexting, drugs, and weapons possession.

>>> Click here to see how Rockford Public Schools is working to raise awareness about OK2SAY.

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