Safety in numbersAll kids should feel safe at school and in their communities. Sprigeo gives kids, teens, parents and their schools, a suite of reporting and planning tools for creating and sustaining safe communities. Together, we'll empower people to speak out and spark change.
It's time to take actionBullying and other safety threats contribute to the mental health and well-being of kids everywhere. Without a proactive solution, confrontations will continue in schools and throughout communities.
“For the past seven months, my son has been bullied at school. Kids throw things at him and call him a loser. He cries and says he doesn't want to go to school. Yesterday he came home with a broken tooth because someone hit him in the face with a soda can. What should I do?”
“She keeps picking on me and telling me that she's going beat me up everyday. She tells other people at school that she's going to fight me. My mother visited the school, but I was threatened again today. I just want it to stop.”
“They keep calling me annoying, poor and ugly and I can't take it anymore.”
The Sprigeo effectWith kids across the country counting on Sprigeo, we've made incredible progress. But why stop there? We're on a mission to bring our platform to every school and every community.
Karen M. Galindo Dean of Students at O'Callaghan Middle School, Las Vegas“Once bullies know they cannot go unnoticed, or that any student or parent can report them at any time, they are much less likely to engage in bullying behaviors.”
Tony Howerton Assistant Principal at Hartland Middle-School, Michigan.“Sprigeo is a great safety valve. Kids who wouldn’t report to an adult that they were being bullied now have another option.”
Tony Rodriguez Assistant Superintendent of Tulare Joint Union High School District, California“Last year, after an older student harassed a freshman, a report came in. An administrator confirmed the incident and intervened, and the harassment stopped.”
Kathy Dunn Spokesperson for the Mid-Del School District, Oklahoma“We thought it was important for students and their parents to have the ability to report anonymously, with the hope that it will encourage more people to do the same.”