CyberBully Hotline Adds Six New School Systems

Award-winning anonymous tip line solution chosen by schools across the country

ST. LOUIS, MO – October 1, 2014 – The CyberBully Hotline, an award-winning provider of anonymous tip line solutions to K-12 school districts nationwide, announced the signings of six new school systems.

All of the firm’s latest clients have selected its new branded school tip line offering, which creates custom-branded tip line programs for K-12 schools of all sizes. Under the program, schools have the option of choosing custom names for their tip line program, and they receive promotional posters that can feature school, district, or mascot logos.

The branded tip line offering is the latest innovation from the CyberBully Hotline, which was already well-known for being accessible and easy-to-use for all students. “Our tip line program does not exclude students who don’t have access to a smartphone,” said Paul Langhorst, co-founder of the CyberBully Hotline. “Our service gives all students an equal chance to report their concerns, without the need of a smartphone or internet access.”

The six clients are as follows:

  • Lubbock Independent School District, a public school district in Texas serving 29,000 students. The program is known as the “Trust Line” within the district and has been rolled out to 16 school campuses in the district since its debut in August 2014.
  • Page Unified School District #8, a public school district in Arizona serving 2,620 students. The program is being rolled out across the district’s four buildings, and within each building, the tip line name is customized to represent the building’s brand.
  • Mexia Independent School District, a public school district serving 2,210 students in Texas. The program is known as the “Cats Care Hotline” within the district and is being rolled out across the district’s five buildings.
  • Teague Independent School District, a Texas public school district serving 1,220 students. The program will be known as the “Lion Tip Line” within the district and is being rolled out across the district’s four buildings
  • Lake of the Woods Community Schools in Baudette, Minnesota, a public school district serving 470 students. The program will be known as the “Lake of the Woods Tip Line.”
  • Stepping Stones Academy, a charter school in Phoenix, Arizona serving 220 students. The program will be known as the “Mustang Tip Line” within the school and is being rolled out in Fall 2014.

“Our branded school tip line solution allows educational leaders to provide an anonymous reporting program that feels like a natural extension of their schools,” said Mr. Langhorst. “We’re thrilled to see so many schools choosing our program to help protect their students from bullying, violence, and other issues.”

About the CyberBully Hotline
Used by leading K-12 schools and districts from coast to coast, the CyberBully Hotline has won multiple national awards and praise from school administrators for its anonymous bully reporting service. Full-featured but easy-to-use, the CyberBully Hotline integrates with a school’s ongoing bullying prevention efforts to help administrators keep schools safe. The CyberBully Hotline is a service of SchoolReach, a provider of school notification systems and school mobile apps that help schools communicate better and achieve more. For more information on the CyberBully Hotline, please visit cyberbullyhotline.com.