A BETTER ANTI-BULLYING APP: PUNCH THE BULLY IN THE NOSE. But that approach offers insufficient opportunities for preening and graft. On the other hand, there’s this: DISD is Buying an Anti-Bully App They Claim Works When Students Don’t Use It.

Although the app rarely sees a report, Lizardo still feels that it’s a crucial part of the schools anti-bullying efforts. “Even if I have no one use the program all year, I’ll continue renewing it,” Lizardo says. “It shows the parents and community that this is something I’m serious about.”

So it’s basically an appearance thing.