WHS Student Concern Tip Line
Student safety and wellness are our first priorities at WHS. If there is a concern regarding a student's wellness or school safety - mental health, chemical use, social isolation, bullying, harassment, etc. - and you would like to report this information, please fill out the following form to the best of your knowledge. You may also report your concern in person to a trusted adult: an administrator, counselor, social worker, dean or teacher.
The more information you provide the better we are able to investigate and support the student regarding your concern. Please note that this form can be submitted anonymously, but you give us your information, we will keep your identity private and it helps us get more information, if needed.
Knowingly making a false report is a violation of school rules and district policy.
All submissions will be taken seriously and addressed during school hours or, if appropriate, during a school event.
Note: This is NOT a crisis line. If your friend is in immediate danger, call 911.
IF THIS IS AN EMERGENCY, PLEASE CALL 911.
Who is this concern about? Please provide names and grades of the people involved.
What is the location of the incident? Where did it happen?
When did it happen?
Please describe your concern in as much detail as possible.
Reporter Name: (This is optional, but helpful. You can remain anonymous.)
Reporter phone number
The School District collects information here to help students be free from harassment and bullying and to provide a safe school environment. The District will use this information to help students with any issues that are raised. The information may be shared with educators who have a "need to know" status regarding the information in order to help students or any outside agencies who are required to be alerted or who may assist students. You are not under any obligation to provide information, but we encourage you to provide information that may help students have a safe and productive educational environment.
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