Sun Prairie Area School District Electronic Safety Tip Line
Help us create a safe and supportive school environment for all students! As part of our ongoing efforts to maintain safe and supportive learning environments, our e-Tip Line gives students and parents an easy, anonymous way to report unsafe situations.
If this is an emergency or someone's life is in danger, please call 911 immediately.
If you have concerns that a person may hurt themselves, please report this information to a trusted adult immediately or call The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline toll-free to get help at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
The e-Tip Line allows students and parents to report weapons, threats of violence, bullying, sexual harassment, potential threat of suicide, drugs, and any other activity that could potentially endanger students, staff, and property. By using the e-Tip Line, students and parents can help keep schools safe.
Since tips can be anonymous, the school district will not be able to contact you for more details unless you provide contact information. Therefore, it's critical to be as detailed as possible. Please include names of individuals and locations impacted by the situation you are reporting.
If you would like to be contacted about your e-Tip, please include your name, email, and phone number.
Once submitted, this report will be reviewed within two days. Keep in mind that this process can only be as thorough as the information provided!
WARNING: Using this tool for false reporting is strictly prohibited.
If you would like to fill out a bullying report form, please click the link below:
Electronic Tip Line Information
Phone Number (optional):
Email Address (optional):
Select School or Location:
Sun Prairie High
Cardinal Heights Upper Middle
Patrick Marsh Middle
Prairie View Middle
C.H. Bird Elementary
Meadow View Elementary
Royal Oaks Elementary
Token Springs Elementary
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