PCOE announces partnership with STOPit Solutions to enhance student safety and well-being
Plumas County Office of Education (PCOE) is pleased to announce its partnership with STOPit Solutions, a leading provider of school safety technology. With the introduction of STOPit to the community, PCOE aims to provide students with a safer and more secure learning environment.
STOPit is a comprehensive, anonymous reporting platform designed to empower students, faculty, and staff to report incidents of bullying, harassment, and other unsafe or inappropriate behavior. The platform offers a range of tools to support school administrators in responding to incidents quickly and effectively, including real-time alerts, incident tracking, and analytics.
Students will be able to anonymously report information to school administrators through the STOPit app or the PCOE website. Students and staff will be receiving training on this system over the next few weeks with a rollout to students after Spring Break. This will be available for all schools in Plumas Unified School District (PUSD) as well as Plumas Charter School.
Along with a user-friendly interface that makes it easy for students to report incidents anonymously, the platform also includes a suite of educational resources designed to promote positive behavior and teach students how to recognize and report inappropriate conduct.
The partnership with STOPit Solutions is part of PCOE’s ongoing commitment to student safety and well-being. The platform will be introduced to all schools in the district in the coming weeks.
For more information about STOPit Solutions, please visit www.stopitsolutions.com.