My PAL SCHOOLS Now Offers a New "INSTANT CHAT" Feature
MyPAL (Personal Alert Levels) Schools is the ultimate resource that will help schools boost safety and improve the climate and culture for all stakeholders. MyPAL Schools is proud to provide a web-based software for elementary, middle, and high schools that allow students to anonymously report
Bullying & Cyberbullying, Personal Crisis, Fighting, and School Threats on and off campus.
Why MyPal School
MyPAL Schools software is an internationally customized patented, copyrighted and trademarked software that offers schools & organizations the resources to prevent Bullying & Cyberbullying, Personal Crisis, Fighting and School Threats.
A MyPal Schools Membership can help keep your school safe!
MyPAL Schools software is not designed to replace face-to-face communication or other methods of reporting, however it does act as an instant and accessible form of communication that can be sent to several staff members at one time.
Our system works on various devices such as Desktops (PC or MAC), Laptops (PC or MAC), Chromebooks, iPhones and Android Phones. Staff members will receive a notification about possible situations by receiving critical alerts from students, parents, staff and/or community members. School staff members can document incident reports and take preventive action to resolve school safety issues.
Bullying Prevention Resources
Bullying & Cyberbullying, Personal Crisis, Fighting,
and School Threats are growing crisis within schools. Click the link below to view additional resources
Schools are provided with a unique approach to combat school violence including the growing crisis of bullying & cyberbullying, personal crisis, fighting, school threats, and much more.
Students are afforded an opportunity to report school violence issues anonymously to staff members instantly.
MyPAL SCHOOLS will provide staff members with an opportunity to be proactive and take precautionary measures to keep the learning environment safe.
"41% of students who reported being bullied at school indicated that they think the bullying would happen again."
"In a random sample study over 34% admitted to cyberbullying another person, with spreading rumors online, via text, or email being the most common form of bullying."
"In 2019, 30 percent of males reported physical fighting, compared with 17 percent of females.
This pattern is consistent across race, ethnicity, and grade level."
"Bomb threats and bomb incidents continued to disrupt schools in the 2018-2019 school year.
Bomb threats are 60% as likely as gun threats. Based on 2018-2019 findings, there are 6 bomb threats for every 10 gun threats."