The ISLE Be Safe Anonymous Online Reporting System is not a 24-hour crisis hotline and will only be monitored during school days and school hours. In case of an issue requiring immediate assistance, reporters are directed to contact 911.
The ISLE Be Safe Anonymous Online Reporting System allows students or parents to anonymously report or notify school officials of incidents or actions that may pose danger to individuals or the school. Message topics may include bullying, cyber-bullying, family difficulties, self-harm, cutting, drug and alcohol abuse, student depression, harassment, weapon-related issues or abnormal student behavior.
The ISLE Be Safe Anonymous Online Reporting System begins with completing the online form. Each school has a link to the form on their webpage and here on the district ISLE Be Safe page. School counselors and administrators will receive a copy of the completed online form and are responsible for following-up on the reported concern.
Students traditionally respond when asked, “I don’t want to tattle.” It is the school’s responsibility as well as the parents’ responsibility to repeatedly explain that using the ISLE Be Safe Anonymous Online Reporting System is not tattling; it is a role a responsible citizen might have to take in order to save a life.
The safety and security of all stakeholders is priority of Isle of Wight County Schools and an objective in the division's strategic plan.