Quick Tip Hotline for Students
Quick Tip Helpline
The Quick Tip Helpline provides the DVISD community with a simple method of reporting issues in a truly anonymous way. It is available to any Del Valle ISD students, parents or staff wishing to express a concern or share information regarding bullying, harassment or other unsafe behavior. While the district has many supports in place to help students deal with challenges such as bullying behaviors, stress, peer pressure, and family problems, Quick Tip helps break the code of silence often experienced by students because it allows them to report concerns to administrators anonymously.
When can the DVISD Quick Tip Hotline be used?
The DVISD Quick Tip Helpline is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week at https://asp.schoolmessenger.com/delvalle/quicktip/. While tips are accepted 24-7, administrative staff will only check/address tips during the regular academic school day. The DVISD Quick Tip Helpline will not be checked when school is not in session (early release, holidays, vacation, etc.) Issues that require more immediate attention should be reported to a staff member, or in emergency cases, reported to 911. It’s important that reporters submit thorough and accurate information. Deliberately false reporting is subject to disciplinary and/or legal action.
How do I submit a tip via the DVISD Quick Tip Hotline?
- When sending a tip, submitters will select the relevant school, the topic which best describes their tip, and then enter the tip message.
- If they have an image related to the tip, they have the option of attaching it to their message.
- If tip submitters want to include contact information, there are also fields to allow them to do so.
Why is DVISD using the Quick Tip Hotline?
The DVISD Quick Tip Helpline has been designed to help students, parents, and staff report unsafe behavior when they might otherwise be uncomfortable coming forward with the information in person. This service enables DVISD administrators to respond in a timely manner to issues that impact students or schools.