Wisconsin school district looks to stop bullying with app


A school district in Wisconsin is using technology to crack down on bullying.

The district in Gilman launched a new app on Monday that allows students to anonymously report bullying.

The app is called “Stop-It.”

The Gilman school’s principal says it will make a big difference.

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“We want to empower our students how they can stand up for themselves as well as each other. Through Stop-It, students have the opportunity to report inappropriate behavior, any type of bullying, online behavior that’s inappropriate,” explained Principal Jon Hess.

Many students have already downloaded the app.

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