See Something, Say Something

Our district offers several communications platforms that provide students, parents, and staff the opportunity to engage in a two-way dialogue –

Quick Tip logo
Quick Tip is an anonymous way to make school administrators aware of a specific safety concern. This helps break the code of silence and allows our students to exercise our “See Something, Say Something” practices. You can use this to report challenges such as bullying, personal or on-line threats, or anything related to student and staff safety.

Let's Talk logo
We invite you to send us your questions, concerns, suggestions, and or compliments through Let’s Talk. Once you click on a topic and make a submission, the school district employee who can best address your comment will be notified. Concerns can be shared anonymously, but if you would like a direct response, please include your contact information.

Chesapeake Crime Line logo
Chesapeake Crime Line is a community based non-profit organization that partners with the police, the local media, and the community in the fight against crime. Citizens can submit information leading to the arrest of individuals wanted for criminal acts, information to solve crimes and information to located wanted persons.

Additional guidance on how to express a concern for personal concerns is available to our students and their parents.
For emergencies, please call 911