On the one year anniversary of Holly Bobo's disappearance, a local high school is taking the extra steps to avoid the dangers of child predators. Students and faculty at Riverside High School organized a "Take 25" event on Friday where they heard from local FBI agents. They learned how to protect their privacy on social networking sites. Students also had the option to make an I.D. kit. The kits provide fingerprints and a current photo for their parents to keep in case they are abducted. Students said the entire Decatur County community has not been the same since Holly was abducted. "You can't really trust anyone. You have to lock your doors and be more cautious and more aware of where you're at," said student Cary Haggard. Decatur County Middle School students also attended a seminar at their school about incorporating safety measures in their daily life.