Superintendent's Message

Mr. Dan Wold, Superintendent

 

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Students, parents, and the school community here at Eureka County Schools now have access to SafeVoice.  SafeVoice is a tip reporting system where students can report threats to the safety and well-being of their friends or themselves with the guarantee that the reports will be received and responded to 24/7.  Tips are delivered to a team who will reach out to the students of concern.  The reports are anonymous unless the reporter chooses to share their name.  

To learn more about SafeVoice visit safevoicenv.org.  To send a tip you can download the app on Apple and android, visit safevoicenv.org or call 833-216-7233 (SAFE).  SafeVoice should be used with respect for the live saving tool it is; prank and false reporting may receive consequences.

SafeVoice was established by the Nevada Department of education in partnership with the Department of Public Safety, as a result of Senate Bill 212 to protect student well-being, prevent violence and save lives.