The Bedford School board in its Oct. 10 regular meeting, approved a request to seek proposals for anonymous reporting applications.

In a review in September of the Safe Learning Environments action plan, this system allows members of a school community to quickly and anonymously report “red flags” in the environment that could be a safety concern. It will allow for safety concerns to be investigated as quickly as possible.

The request, according to the school board, will allow a review team to evaluate software programs that will vary in their scope, design and cost.

-For more information, see the Oct. 16 edition of the Smith Mountain Eagle-

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