At least one area high school will accept a $2500 dollar contribution from a local auto dealer to set up an app that could save lives in the event of a school shooting. Green Toyota will give Ball-Chatham schools the money to set up the Hero 9-11 system at Glenwood High School. Green Toyota has also offered to set up the system at Sacred Heart-Griffin and the three district 1-86 high schools, but those four schools have not made a final decision. The app would trigger an alert on a smart phone to law enforcement within a 10-15 miles radius of the effected school, allowing both on and on duty officers in the area to respond to the distress call. The app would only be able to be activated by teachers and only while they are on school property.