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Lisa Forrest, Marketing & Management Instructor, Bay-Arenac ISD Career Center
Aidan Kutches, Student, Montague High School
Todd Oatley, Assistant Principal, Greenville High School
Kristi Bell, Officer, Brighton Police Department
Robert Francis, Assistant Principal, Ferndale Middle School
Austin Morris, School Resource Officer, Ludington Police Department
"The OK2SAY program has been an instrumental part of safety for our schools. In my opinion, all schools should prioritize implementing this program."
Brian Gard, Director of Safety & Health, National Heritage Academies
Dawn Racht, Behavior Specialist/Counselor, Niles High School
Laura Lemke, Principal, Fenton Senior High School
Marshall Perkins, Lead Principal, Traverse City East Middle School
Kenneth Voakes, Assistant Principal, Heritage Junior High School
"Thank you for the amazing work you do for children! We appreciate this program and all of the work of the Michigan State Police. You make the world a better place."
Liza Kelly, Executive Director of Labor Relations & Personnel, Howell Public Schools
Connie Carroll, School Counselor, Pennfield Middle School
Bella Lee, Student, Eisenhower High School
Justin B. Dickerson, High School Principal, Bentley Community Schools
Michael Cluster, School Resource Officer, New Buffalo Area Schools
Marshall Perkins, Principal, Holt Junior High School
Kristin Stuedemann, Principal, Grand Traverse West Middle School
Bridget Hondzinski, Assistant Principal, Holy Family Regional School
Traci Smith, High School Principal, Freeland High School
Jennifer Hiller, Principal, Scranton Middle School
John Shiner, Manistique Area Middle and High School
Maryann Boddy, Superintendent/Principal, Manistique Area Schools
Undoubtedly, we've received information via OK2SAY that we would not have received from any other vehicle. Since so many issues transpire outside of our walls and outside of school hours, it is critical that our students have a way to reach out and report critical information. OK2SAY provides that outlet and connects in real-time with school officials. As a result, we've been able to help individuals, connect them with help, and have been able to take a proactive and preventative approach with school safety issues."
Dr. Stu Cameron, Superintendent, Imlay City Schools
For the Rockford School Community, OK2SAY is another tool for us to utilize in our efforts to maintain a healthy and safe school environment for our community, and we truly appreciate the efforts of the program helping us achieve that."
Scott Beckman, District Director of Security, Rockford Public Schools
Our school has benefited from the information that we receive, not only to identify problems but also to discredit rumors too. It gives school officials much-needed time to possibly intervene before a situation escalates. It has been a valuable tool."
Jim Ellis, Asst. Principal, Romeo High School
The tipline has been invaluable as a way for concerned individuals to let us know about issues that may be endangering one or more students, and tipline staff communicates information to us promptly, allowing staff to follow up in a timely manner.
We have . . . gained valuable information through tips submitted."
Michelle Herzing, Middle School Professor, Pennfield Middle School
James Hunter, Principal, Liberty Middle School
Ron Kramer, Assistant Principal, Ovid-Elsie High School
Chris Kregel, School Administrator, Springport Public Schools
Shae McKinnon, School Counselor, Bangor High School
Glenn Mitcham, Principal, Central Middle School (Ada, MI)
Denny J. Roehm, Principal, Portage West Middle School
Jo Spry, Assistant Superintendent of Teaching & Learning, Cedar Springs Public Schools
Erin Cole, School Counselor, Rockford Public School
Harry Werkema, Safety Officer, Wayland Union Schools
Arthur W. O'Neal II, Chief of Security, Saginaw Public Schools
Kevin Epling, Parent Advocate