WSA is dedicated to helping students across the United States. Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, we have recently made some changes to our School Reporting System to include the following:
Students, parents, teachers and community members can now make a report on any student or their family within the local school district.
Reports will now be taken on virus-related issues, to include any student or their family member struggling with providing adequate meals.
Reports will now be taken on students having problems with homework assignments, to include families not having access to computers or internet.
Reports will now be taken on students and family members experiencing emotional distress due to the challenges faced through the Coronavirus.
The School Reporting System Brochure
Emergency/Non Emergency Contact form
School Administrator's Login Procedure
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How does The School Reporting System work?
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WSA provides a Complete School Reporting System allowing Administrators to log-in to one central location and have access to all student, family, and community reports. Reports will be taken 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. A Crisis Worker will answer all calls and direct emergency reports to local EMS and non-emergency reports will be sent to the school designee. Finally, a school reporting system that does it all!
I can call, text, message or email anytime I have a problem. My school is even there in the summer to help me.
Students and staff are given direct access to a school helpline allowing them to report and document any situation that arises. School officials can monitor reports 24 hours per day-7 days per week.
School Administrators no longer have to worry about bullying, parent challenges, staff issues, or building problems with the school helpline. Anyone can call and speak to a crisis worker and generate a report. The on-call school staff member will determine who needs to be notified and forward the information. Emergency situations will alert local EMS officials.
Finally, A school reporting system that does it all!
Download PDF to share with students and parents
Below is the link you can send to your students,parents, teachers and community members to make a report.
The School Helpline provides a central location for students, parents and community members to reach out for help. There is a WSA crisis worker answering all phone lines, emails, texts and messaging chats 24/7/365.
The School Helpline allows kids and their families to speak with a real person about wellness issues related to the health crisis our world is dealing with right now. It also permits students to ask for help if food is running low or homework is not going well.
This all inclusive reporting system takes school safety to the next level. Once school is back in session, it allows students to report safety concerns they see or hear and also talk to a qualified professional if they are considering harming themselves or know someone who is.
The School Helpline will direct all emergency situations to the local EMS and all non-emergency situations to the school designee. Every report is kept in a central location allowing the school administrator direct access to know what is going on at any moment. On-call school staff can be notified to assist with assignments or answer questions about specific school situations.
This is an unprecedented time in our world and providing a means for students and their families to ask for assistance is what makes any school into an award-winning school system.
The School Reporting System
Policy and Procedures
Complete School Reporting System
Anonymous Reporting System and School Helpline
PHONE TEXT ONLINE EMAIL
School Administrators will love having the ability to log-in to one location and have access to every emergency and non-emergency incident report.
WSA will take every report through call, email, text and online message system and forward to the on-call school staff member.
Give your students, staff, parents and community the ability to report when they see or hear anything unsafe or suspicious on campus as well as means to contact you during the Coronavirus Epidemic.