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Panic ButtonFree Teacher Panic Button Offer Extended

St. Louis - CrisisGo, an incident and emergency communications platform provider for schools, has announced that more than 3,000 schools nationwide have signed up for the Free Teacher Panic Button program offered through a partnership with AASA, the School Superintendents Association. Due to the overwhelming participation in this offer and CrisisGo's broader commitment to making schools safer, the free offer is being extended through March 31, 2017.

News Facts:

  • The Free Teacher Panic Button is an AASA sponsored program that gives every public school in the United States free access to CrisisGo Panic Button service for three years.
  • 3,000 schools have signed up to the program serving over 1,300,000 students
  • The Panic Button feature allows any teacher or staff member to send an emergency alert to the school safety team or school security to report any incident or dangerous situation by the simple press of a button on his or her mobile phone.
  • The CrisisGo App also enables two-way communication with the response team to let teachers and staff know that help is on the way and to keep teachers and safety team members connected during any emergency.

For more information, visit www.crisisgo.com.

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