RESOURCES

STOPit SAFETY APP

It’s important to note that STOPit is not a replacement for emergency services. We will attempt to respond as soon as possible to reports but all emergencies should be directed to the appropriate school contact or to 911 directly. No student information is needed to use STOPit. The only way personally identifiable information will be accessible through the app is if a student voluntarily includes it within the content of a report or message.

The mobile app provides the quickest and easiest way for students to submit reports. However, students should know that the use of cell phones during school hours is restricted. We have options for student computers to report anonymously using this app as well.
On October 28, 2019, E.L. Haynes will launch STOPit. Your child will be invited to download STOPit on smartphones or tablets at no charge. Parents can download STOPit from Google Play or the Apple App Store at no charge. Use the code haynesparents when registering your phone with the system. Click here for more information and resources.

To utilize the STOPit app, students should click the link below that corresponds with their school:

Elementary School

Middle School

High School

 

Download the STOPit App for free:

 

PHYSICAL WELLNESS

 

Speak Up, Be Safe (Child Abuse Prevention): Session 1Session 2

Be Active and Have Fun: Family Fitness Tip Sheet

Teens, Take Charge of Your Health! Booklet

Teen Health: About Drugs and Alcohol

Talking with Your Teens about Sex: Going Beyond “the Talk”

 

EMOTIONAL AND MENTAL WELLNESS

 

Signs & Symptoms of Mental Health Concerns

Fact Sheets & Strategies to Support Mental Health Concerns

Suicide Awareness & Prevention (Call 911 for an emergency)

Meditation & Guided Relaxation

 

EDUCATIONAL WELLNESS

 

What Stresses You Out About School?

Organize, Focused, Get it Done!

 

NUTRITIONAL WELLNESS

 

Nutrition and the Health of Young People

Shopping on a Budget: 15 Healthy Foods for About $2

Cooking with Healthier Fats & Oils

WebMD Healthy Recipe Finder

 

SOCIAL WELLNESS

 

Monitoring Your Teen’s Activities: What Parents and Families Should Know

Common Sense Media: Ratings, Reviews, and Education on Safe Media Practices for Children and Teens

Parents’ Influence on the Health of Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Teens: What Parents and Families Should Know

RESOURCES FOR IMMIGRANTS

Resources for the Immigrant Community of Washington, DC

Frequently Asked Questions on DACA Termination

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E.L. Haynes is excited to unveil STOPit, a new online and phone app designed to deter bullying, cyber abuse, and other concerning behaviors. Students and families will have the ability to anonymously report safety concerns and engage in real-time two-way communication with school administrators.