D34 Bullying Tip Line

Be a Hero! Report Bullying

Be a Hero! Report Bullying

Our goal is to make District 34 a bully-free zone everyday.

District 34's mission is to empower all learners to: 

Aspire to reach their highest potential
Explore their passions and interests
Discover their pathway to success
Connect with each other, the community, and the world

In order for us to reach that mission, our schools must be a safe place for every student and staff member. If you experience bullying -- or see it happening to someone else -- please use this form to report it. 

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Must contain a date in M/D/YYYY format
Schoolrequired
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Are you the target of the bullying that you are reporting?

Person being reported as target of bullying:

Are they:

Person being reported as aggressor engaged in bullying:

Are they:

Person who witnessed the bullying:

Are they:
Was the incident based on any of these characteristics? (check all that apply)

All personal information is optional and confidential.

Name
First Name
Last Name
Must contain only numbers

Safe2Help Illinois

District 34 was chosen as a pilot district, and now is fully participating in a statewide school safety program called Safe2Help Illinois. This program offers students a safe and confidential way to share information that may help prevent suicides, bullying, school violence, and other threats to student safety. The program also includes educational resources for students aimed at fostering a culture of kindness and resources for educators and parents to reinforce the program concepts.

Safe2Help Illinois features a 24/7 helpline (1-844-4-SAFEIL), free mobile app, and dedicated website (www.Safe2Helpil.com). Students can use Safe2Help Illinois to share concerns about themselves or others in a confidential (but not anonymous) environment.

Once vetted, the information will be immediately shared with local school officials, mental health professionals, and/or local law enforcement, depending on the nature of the tip. It is important to note that this program is not intended to punish, suspend or expel students. Rather, the intent is to encourage students to “seek help before harm,” with the goal of intervening and helping students before they harm themselves or others.

Long-term goals of Safe2Help Illinois are to remove the stigma associated with mental health issues, promote a culture of kindness, and instill important lessons such as the difference between telling and tattling, internet safety, and suicide prevention.

Visit Safe2HelpIL to learn about the resources for your child -- and for you.

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