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STOPit Anonymous Reporting

In collaboration with the San Mateo County Office of Education, JUHSD is excited to be the first high school district in the county to launch a new anonymous reporting system called STOPit!  This schoolwide reporting system is designed to empower students to anonymously share safety concerns, misconduct, or other issues.

Students will notice signage and banners displayed prominently at their school sites. These signs will feature two QR codes that will enable students to access the STOPit system conveniently. To download the STOPit app to your device from here, click on this link.  

To note: Reports made through the STOPit app/website between 4:00 pm and 7:00 am, along with on Saturdays and Sundays, will receive the following automated reply:

"Thank you for submitting your report to JUHSD. Reports received outside of school hours (4 pm-7 am, M-F) will not be reviewed until the next school day. If this is an emergency and you or someone needs immediate help, please call 9-1-1. If you need mental health support, please call or text the Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 9-8-8 or call StarVista's Crisis Hotline at 650-579-0350. They are open 24/7."

Please reach out to your site administrative team with any questions you may have about this new reporting system.