Reporting a Concern
If a legitimate and genuine concern about the safety of a student has come to your attention, you may notify school or District staff in the following ways:
FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AND PARENTS: Use the forms below to submit the concern anonymously. We realize that sometimes it may be difficult for an individual to personally address a concern, especially when the information may have come to your attention through a third party.
- Contact a school principal or District administrator by phone. Numbers where these staff members can be reached are listed on the District Staff Directory, the Links to Schools page and school web pages.
- Email the school principal or District administrator using the email links provided on the school and District web pages.
Tip203 Online Reporting Forms
A component to our ongoing effort toward maintaining a safe learning environment is Tip203. The purpose of Tip203 is to allow students, parents, or anyone with a legitimate concern related to school safety an anonymous vehicle by which they may communicate those concerns. When appropriate, both Naperville Central and Naperville North administrations strongly encourage individuals to make personal contact with the school faculty to discuss safety concerns. However, we recognize that there are times when it may be difficult for an individual to personally bring forward a concern.
The TIP203 ONLINE FORM is currently available at the high school level. If your child is in elementary or junior high school, we strongly encourage families to work directly with their school administration or contact the Assistant Superintendents for your child's school level if concerns persist.
Naperville Central High School Tip203 form
Naperville North High School Tip203 form
Committment to Safety
District 203 is committed to creating safe and secure schools for all of our students. We know that this is best accomplished when a partnership exists between students, families, community, and schools.
Bullying, intimidation, and harassment diminish a student’s ability to learn and a school’s ability to educate. Preventing students from engaging in these disruptive behaviors is an important District goal. Board of Education Policy 7:180 outlines Naperville Community Unit School District 203’s policy for preventing bullying, intimidation, and harassment. The Board of Education and Administration take seriously their role in ensuring a safe learning environment for all students.
Anytime the immediate safety or well-being of an individual is at stake, please CALL local authorities and school administrators immediately. If you have information about an incident that has happened or you believe may take place, you are encouraged to submit information via Tip203. Every effort will be made to maintain confidentiality. All concerns will be investigated in a timely manner by the appropriate personnel.
Whether your concern is regarding an incident that has already occurred or one that is about to take place, please submit your issue along with any details you have and let us investigate. Information you provide to Tip203 may include, but is not limited to: fights or assaults; incidents of bullying; harassment; intimidation; cyber-bullying; use or sale of drugs; or any crime against children or the school.
Bullying and Harassment Resources
Naperville Central High School Student Services
Naperville North High School Student Services
Naperville Police Department
School Safety - DuPage County Regional Office of Education
Reporting Illegal Online Behavior
School Violence Prevention
Illinois Safeguarding Children
Bullying Information Center
Dealing with Bullying (youth)