School Safety and Tip Line

  • If this is an emergency, please call 911.

    If you or someone you know needs emergency mental health support, please contact one of the following:

    • 911
    • Local hospital emergency room 
    • DuPage Co. Crisis Intervention Unit 630-627-1700
    • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline- 1-800-273- TALK (8255) or text "ACT" to 741741

    Please know that our regular business hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. If you would like to submit a safety concern, please use the form on this page. While it is always best to talk directly to an adult, since students and parents are not always comfortable doing so, the tip line is another tool that can be used to alert district administrators about an issue. If this is an emergency, please call 911. Please know that our regular business hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

  • School safety is our top priority. As a District, we take a multi-faceted approach to keeping our schools safe.

    Relationships - Our schools are committed to making sure that each student has a meaningful, positive relationship with a trusted adult at school. We know that when students are connected to school, there is a decrease in emotional distress and an improvement in learning. School-connectedness is the greatest preventative measure to keeping our schools safe.

    Physical Infrastructure - The physical infrastructure of our buildings is a key safety component. In the past several years, we’ve made adjustments at all District 200 schools to enhance building entrances and exits.

    Community Partnerships - The District continues to collaborate and plan with our District-wide Safety Committee. We meet monthly with representatives from the Wheaton, Warrenville, Winfield and Carol Stream police and fire departments, and other community partners, to evaluate and improve our safety plans and protocols.

    Home Partnerships - Conversations with our children are essential. Our schools explicitly teach students that if they ever see something or hear something that makes them feel unsafe or uncomfortable, they should tell an adult at the school immediately. We ask you, our parents and community members, to continue these conversations with your children at home.

    Safety Protocols - Annually, we practice our safety protocols for fire and school evacuation, bus evacuation, severe weather and lockdown. This year, we are adding a new safety protocol, ALICE. ALICE equips teachers and students with response options during an active safety situation. ALICE stands for Alert, Lockdown (enhanced), Inform, Counter and Evacuate.

    In 2019, District 200 implemented a safety protocol, ALICE, in partnership with our police departments. ALICE is a safety protocol to utilize in the event of an active safety incident. 

    The Wheaton Police Department has offered several community presentations on ALICE and you can watch the presentation below. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to your school principal or Dr. Charlie Kyle, Assistant Superintendent for Administrative Services, at or 630-682-2015. Dr. Kyle oversees our District Safety Plans.

ALICE Information from the Wheaton Police - summary

ALICE Information from the Wheaton Police - 90 minute version