Anonymous Alerts allows students or parents to quickly, easily, and anonymously report urgent information to school officials across all of our school campuses.  The system encourages students, parents and staff to confidentially report bullying, cyber-bullying, and other sensitive topics through private messages to our administration and counselors.  Groton Public Schools does not support, encourage or tolerate any behavior that prevents any student from reaching their full potential. We also believe that the best way to address problems that our students face in school is personal contact with a teacher, school administrator, psychologist or counselor and we strongly encourage and fully support that continued practice. However, we do know that sometimes there is a concern that a student or parent may want to communicate anonymously.


How to report an incident from a internet connected computer

 

Go to https://www.anonymousalerts.com/grotonps and complete the quick form 

Apple App Store Logo

Or

Download The App

After downloading the app, enter grotonps in the "Enter activation code/username" field


 

Student anonymous report submissions

  • Incidents can be anonymously submitted to school officials
  • One button incident reporting
  • Student can establish anonymous 2-way communications
  • Students can attach a photo, screenshot or video with their report
  • School Staff receive tips (individuals and groups)
  • Students can receive Emergency Notifications
  • iPhone/iPad App available for download and reporting
  • Android App available for download and reporting
  • Chromebook App available for download and reporting
  • SSL encryption
  • Government level encryption
  • FERPA Compliance

What can students anonymously report...

  • Abuse (physical, verbal)
  • Bullying
  • Cyberbullying
  • Cyber harassment
  • Credible threats
  • Depression
  • Fighting
  • Gun violence/threats
  • Mental health
  • Suicide threats, cutting or other self-harm
  • Social isolation or withdrawal
  • Weapons (brought to school/or discussion about using them)