School Communication

School Communication

  • The district uses the SchoolMessenger notification service to send important information to families through phone calls. Starting in January 2017, we will begin rolling out this service to schools so they can share information through text message and email, based on parents' preferences. Your school will notify you before they start using this service. 

     

    Text messages will only be sent to people who opt-in. 

    You can opt-in by texting YES to the shortcode 67587 or replying with a YES to the opt-in text message we will send to your phone. To opt out of all text messages from SchoolMessenger, visit http://www.schoolmessenger.com/txtmsg/ or reply with STOP to the opt-in message that you receive. The school district does not pay for text message charges that may be incurred by you for sending or receiving text messages. Check with your wireless carrier for possible charges. 

     

    You can choose which phone numbers receive phone calls or text messages. 

    If you'd like to customize the type of communications you'd like to receive on your phone or email, visit http://go.schoolmessenger.com and create an account. You can also download the InfoCenter app by SchoolMessenger from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.  For support, download our flier or contact your school.  

     

     

     

     

     

     

How to sign up

Text Message
To opt-in to receive text messages, simply text YES to the number 67587.
 
Phone calls
Make sure your child's school has your current cell phone and home phone numbers in our database.
 
Email
Make sure your child's school has your current email address and you will be automatically set-up to receive messages by email.  
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