New Tip Line to Anonymously Report Bullying & Other Situations


tip line button for websiteIt is important to know that the District’s staff works to make our schools safe and caring places. We strongly encourage and frequently remind students to report any safety concerns directly to a trusted adult at home or at school. Still, we know that when students become aware of unsafe people or situations, it can be very difficult for some to report them as they are fearful or feel pressure from others to keep things secret. 
 
We want students to help us keep their schools safe, so if you or your student were to suspect or become aware of any students or adults in a school who are planning or acting in any unsafe way, please let us know. This includes, but is not limited to, the use or possession of drugs, knives, guns, and/or threats to injure, bully, or assault others or hurt themselves.
 
If you or your students are not comfortable talking directly with staff at the school level, use the District’s online Tip Line on the District website to anonymously report bullying and other situations.  Look for the Tip Line button on the top right of the home page. The Tip Line replaces the online bullying button. 

The Tip Line is on 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and you do not have to provide your name to leave a tip. It is a fast, effective and safe way to let us know about an unsafe situation and not worry about being identified as the source of the information. Tips will be referred to school or law enforcement authorities as deemed appropriate. If the situation is an emergency, call 911 immediately.
 
Last updated on 2/2/2017