To ensure the safety of all students, and to take a pro-active stance against any threatening behaviors, the Grant County School District utilizes a tipline provided via the Kentucky Cener for School Safety. The service, entitled "Safety Tipline Online Prevention" (or S.T.O.P. Tipline), is designed for use as an "online" reporting/prevention tool. If students, parents, or community members know of an unsafe sitution in school (bullying, weapons, drugs, alcohol, self-harm, etc.) they can anonymously pass on that information to school personnel by using this basic email format.
Using the S.T.O.P. tipline is quite simple. A "S.T.O.P." logo/tag has been placed on the district website homepage. Any student, teacher, parent, or community member may simply click the logo, choose the type of tip being provided, provide the requested information, and click submit. The tipline is not for immediate, crisis response. Calling 911 is appropriate when immediate assistance is needed. The tipline, however, does provide school administration an opportunity to address situations that need attention and may effect student and/or school safety.
The district contact person is Claudette Herald, DPP / Safety. Back-ups are Superintendent Matt Morgan, and Deputy Superintendent, Jennifer Wright.