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Bully & Incident Reporting

If you think there’s a threat to you, a friend, your school, or the community, don’t wait. SPEAK UP, SPEAK OUT with a confidential tip that can bring much-needed help.

The SPEAK UP, SPEAK OUT School Resource Center isn’t just for students. Parents and community members can submit a confidential tip when they notice unsafe or risky behaviors that might be putting their child, other children, or the community in danger.

Students, parents, school staff, or any community members can submit a school safety concern or threat via a website, mobile phone application, or toll-free number. We recommend typing in "AASD" into the search field to see all AASD schools.

  • Submit a tip now
  • You may also make a report using your smartphone by downloading the SPEAK UP, SPEAK OUT app from the Apple Store and Google Play
  • or by calling 1-800-MY-SUSO-1 to speak to a resource center analyst.

Call 911 if this is an emergency or a crime in progress.
This system can be used to identify not just threats to schools, but also other daily safety concerns students encounter, such as bullying, drug use, self-harm, suicidal thoughts, and more. How do you know if someone might need help? Most SUSO tips fall into one of three categories - click on a category below to learn more.

Resource center staff work around-the-clock to respond to tips and to deploy a response locally by communicating directly with school administrators, law enforcement, and counselors. 

Disclosure and Public Reporting

The District will keep data on the number and types of reports made under this policy. The results of each investigation will verify the details made in the complaint. In addition, an annual record of all sanctions will be kept. No individuals will be named in the annual report and the data will be used to develop prevention programs and strategies relative to the policy.

Appleton Area School District schools will distribute this policy annually to all students enrolled in the District, their parents, and/or guardians and employees. The District will provide a copy of the policy to anyone who requests it.

Reports of bullying may be made verbally, through our Bullying and Incident Reporting app or in writing and may be made confidentially. All such reports, whether verbal or in writing, will be taken seriously and a clear account of the incident is to be documented. 


Don’t have access to a mobile device? 

Fillable Bullying Allegation Report Form (.pdf)