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Issaquah Tip

Issaquah Tip – See Something, Say Something

Issaquah Tip is an online support system that allows students to communicate with school administrators, anonymously if they wish.

How does it work?

Tips are sent using a form available online. When sending a tip, submitters select from a drop-down list of common issues they may be facing, such as bullying, fighting, threatening behavior, drug or alcohol abuse, and schoolwork concerns, etc., and then enter the tip message. Administrators in the district office receive the tips and forward them to the school to investigate or take action as appropriate.  

When can students use the system?

Students will have access to Issaquah Tip 24 hours a day, seven days a week at http://www.issaquah.wednet.edu/tip. School administrators will respond to messages during the regular school day (8:00 AM-4:00 PM). Messages sent during non-school hours in most cases will be responded to the next school day. 

It's helpful to share specific information such as a detailed description of the concern or incident, names and grade levels of those involved, location of concern, names of any potential witnesses, and any supporting evidence. It's important that reporters submit thorough and accurate information, False reporting is subject to disciplinary action.

Issaquah Tip is available to Issaquah School District students. Parents, and other adults wishing to express a concern or share information, are encouraged to continue doing so by calling our schools directly and speaking with the appropriate personnel. 

IMPORTANT NOTE: This is not a crisis line. In cases of emergency, students should call 911!

District and school administrator contacts

Please contact L. Michelle at 425-837-7004 michellel@issaquah.wednet.edu.