To provide an extra measure of safety for our schools, the Penn-Delco School District participates in the "Safe Schools" Tipline. School districts in Bucks, Montgomery, Chester and Philadelphia counties, as well as New Jersey, are successfully using the Tipline.
The Tipline is an anonymous way for students, staff and parents to report serious incidents that might happen in and around our schools. Trained operators are available to take information 24 hours a day, seven days a week. That information is passed to school administrators in our district, or in an emergency situation, directly to the police. In the event of an arrest or serious disciplinary action, a caller may be eligible for a reward. The Tipline is operated by the Delaware Valley Citizens Crime Commission in conjunction with WPVI Channel 6.To stop crime before it happens, call (toll-free):
The Delaware County Teen Help Line is a CONFIDENTIAL call-in service that gives teens (12 years old and up) a place to call with problems at home or at school.
Three Master's-level professional counselors staff the Help Line from 3:30-8 p.m. Monday-Friday. Teens who call 610-352-TEEN at other times will be switched to Project REACH's 24-hour crisis line (for emergencies) and non-emergencies will be told to call back during Help Line hours.