Tip and Information Portal (T.I.P.)

Students are often aware of situations before adults and they can make positive impacts in our school community. But sometimes, they just need a safe and easy way to report issues without fear of embarrassment or retaliation.

South Washington County Schools launched a new Tip and Information Portal, or T.I.P., a confidential way for secondary students to report issues, concerns and other important information about school. Report an issue through T.I.P.

Submitted tips can include topics such as academic concerns, alcohol or drug use, bullying, discrimination, mental health concerns, parking issues, potential violence and more.

All tips are taken seriously and will be reviewed throughout the school week. It is important to know that T.I.P. is not a replacement for emergency services. If there is immediate danger, please call 911.

T.I.P. is replacing TipTxt, a tool that was discontinued on Dec. 31, 2019. 

How to use T.I.P.

  • Access the T.I.P. form.
  • Simply fill out the form, including what happened, where the incident occurred, who was involved and any other details you can provide.
  • The more information you provide, the better we can address the situation.
  • If needed, you may attach a photo or video.
  • You may choose to provide your name and contact information to help staff to respond to the situation.