Report a Safety Concern
You and your student are welcome and encouraged to report any concerns directly to you principal, counselor, teacher, or other trusted adult. If you believe someone is unsafe at school or is creating an unsafe environment for others the best way to report it is at your school, with your principal. If there is an emergency or life-threatening concern, please call 9-1-1. We are committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment to all in our community.
Reporting a Safety Concern
Safety Concern Tip
Ensuring the safety of our students and staff is the top priority in all North Kitsap School District schools. We take every reported safety tip seriously and promptly send it to the appropriate district personnel and building principal.
In case of immediate danger, please contact 911. Our Safe Schools Alert system provides an easy way to report tips on a range of safety issues, including:
- Suicidal thoughts
- Weapons on campus
- Threats to campus or person
- or any other safety concern
You can submit tips through our website submission form, email, or text message using the button below. Every tip submitted to Safe Schools Alert is logged and sent to district administrators. We take all safety concerns seriously and appreciate your partnership in keeping our schools safe.
*Please note that this is not an exhaustive list of safety issues, and if you feel that your or someone else's safety is at risk, even if the reason is not listed above, please report the issue using the button below or call 911.
Tips may also be submitted anonymously if you prefer.
Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying Tip
Ensuring a safe and inclusive learning environment is a top priority for the North Kitsap School District. We are committed to preventing and addressing harassment, intimidation, and bullying (HIB) incidents.
HIB includes any intentional written, verbal, or physical act that targets an individual or group and creates a harmful or intimidating environment. This behavior is unacceptable and will not be tolerated in our schools.
We encourage students, parents, and guardians to report any incidents of HIB immediately to a teacher, counselor, or principal. Our school administrators will investigate all reports promptly and take appropriate corrective measures.
Remember, HIB can take many forms, including cyberbullying. Students are reminded to use social media and technology responsibly and report any inappropriate behavior to a trusted adult.
For more information, please review the complete text of District Policy 3207
For more information about harassment, intimidation, and bullying and to find out how to report an incident, please visit our webpage dedicated to Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying.