Ana Fotia, a junior at Hilton Head Island High School, demonstrates the Beaufort County School District's "See Something, Say Something" application Nov. 9, 2014, at the school. The district launched the app in hopes that the anonymity the tool provides would make students more comfortable reporting bullying.
Ana Fotia, a junior at Hilton Head Island High School, demonstrates the Beaufort County School District's "See Something, Say Something" application Nov. 9, 2014, at the school. The district launched the app in hopes that the anonymity the tool provides would make students more comfortable reporting bullying. Staff photo
Ana Fotia, a junior at Hilton Head Island High School, demonstrates the Beaufort County School District's "See Something, Say Something" application Nov. 9, 2014, at the school. The district launched the app in hopes that the anonymity the tool provides would make students more comfortable reporting bullying. Staff photo

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