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School district to test emergency system

Steamboat Today
The Steamboat Springs School District administration offices at 325 Seventh St.
John F. Russell

— The Steamboat Springs School District will test its emergency communication system at 10 a.m. Oct. 7, a day on which students will not be in school.

A communication will be sent to parents and/or guardians using contact information provided to the district on the district’s Infinite Campus information system.

District administration will monitor the test to determine how quickly the message is sent and whether the district has correct phone numbers and email addresses in the system.

If parents need to update contact information prior to the test, or if the test communication is not received Oct. 7, parents should contact their child’s school to update information.


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