Campbell Union School District
SCHOOL EMERGENCY INFORMATION
In Campbell Union School District, safety for students and staff is our top priority.
In the event of an emergency…
District administrators maintain frequent communication with school staff, police and other local authorities. School staff enact the school safety plan, which is updated each spring and fall. Teachers inform students of the known facts and discuss safety procedures with them in an age-appropriate way.
If officials determine that it is necessary to release students at a time OTHER than their usual dismissal time, parents would be notified in several ways:
- Telephone, email and text messages. As circumstances permit, staff will telephone/email parents to tell them of the school closure and inform them of where they can pick up their children.
- Set up your notification preferences account through your PowerSchool account.
- Public broadcast. These radio and television stations broadcast emergency information and report school closures:
KCBS - 740 AM and 106.9 FM
KBAY - FM 94.5
KBRG - FM 100.3 (Spanish)
KNTV (NBC Bay Area)- TV Channel 11
KGO - TV Channel 7
KSTS - TV Channel 48 (Spanish)
- Social Media. The District posts information on Twitter (@campbellusd) and Facebook (Campbell Union School District (official))
Please be aware that, legally, STUDENTS CAN ONLY BE RELEASED TO THOSE PEOPLE IDENTIFIED ON THE PUPIL'S EMERGENCY CONTACT CARD.
Please be sure that the information on the card is up to date and that the school can reach you or your designee in the event of an emergency.