Students in Wash. district encouraged to voice concerns to administrators

09/12/2013 | KING-TV (Seattle)

A Washington school district has launched a program that allows middle- and high-school students to send anonymous messages to administrators. The "Talk About It" program is intended to encourage students to share their thoughts and feelings about challenges, including bullying, family issues and other matters. Once a message is sent, administrators ask students if they feel comfortable meeting in person. If not, or if the student wants to remain anonymous, administrators can continue to offer advice through the messaging system.

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