STOPit Reporting

  • Grand Prairie ISD uses STOPit, an online and app-based reporting system, for students and parents to anonymously report concerns about school violence, bullying, and self-injury to school administrators.

    Google Play - opens in new window to: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.stopitcyberbully.mobile&hl=en_US
    iTunes App Store - opens in new window to: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/stopit-app/id719179764?mt=8

     

    The app will be on all secondary (6th – 12th grade) GPISD issued iPads and can also be downloaded to the personal devices of all students (PK – 12th grade) and parents.

    Students and parents can also make reports through this website.

    Concerned individuals can anonymously submit a report, which will be evaluated by school administrators. 

    The Reporting Process

    1. Use the app or website to report credible concerns about threats to school safety, bullying, and self-injury. The access code is GPISD100.
    2. The app will route the concern to your campus administrators.
    3. Please give as much detail as possible to allow administrators to conduct thorough investigations.

    Remember that STOPit should not be used in place of 911.  If your report needs immediate police, fire, or medical attention, call  9-1-1 immediately.

    If you have questions about the STOPit app, please contact Elizabeth Hummert, LCSW - Student Mental Health and Safety Advisor at 972-522-7074 or Elizabeth.Hummert@gpisd.org.