You may have read about an important new app “See Something, Send Something.” Kearney Public Schools is proud to partner with the Kearney law enforcement agencies in this endeavor and encourage our parents/teens to download the app.
The app allows students/parents to anonymously alert law enforcement about potential school violence, suicide, drugs, or bullying. The app can relay video, audio, or text messages. “Together, we can provide a safer school environment for our students,” states Dr. Kent Edwards, KPS Superintendent. “Safety is always our first priority and this app is another tool to help maintain safe schools. We hope that our students, parents, staff, and community will download this important app.”
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