The Tiger Tip Line is a system that allow students, parents, school staff, or community members to report information about potential threats to students or others. Tip lines work by identifying harms and threats before they happen rather than waiting to respond to an event. They allow schools to leverage knowledge from students about potential threats to school safety and other problems schools face daily such as bullying, substance use, and self-harm. The tips can be made anonymously if you wish, but adding your contact information will allow administrators to get more information, as a result, increase the likelihood of getting a helpful resolution. DSISD notes that "[i]t is important to note that messages are received during business hours only as they are checked by school administrators." That page can be found at and is in the DSISD app, found in the Apple and Android app stores (free). The webpage also has a link on the side menu to the "Standard Response Protocols" which are the 4 protocols schools will take in an emergency situation, based on the type of emergency. This pdf will also list all the school's alternate location -- this is where your student would be transported in the case of a disaster or emergency needing an alternate location.