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Safety and Emergency Information

School Safety and Emergency

How we communicate Information during an emergency or crisis:

Reliability of communications is subject to availability of electricity, internet and cellular service. Localized or wide-scale power outages and/or phone/internet outages may affect District communications.

Read: How we make weather-related closing decisions

Emergency information is announced via:

District Web site (Center of homepage, under announcements)

School Messenger (automated phone call to parents/guardians with information)

Local radio and TV

In high-level emergencies, the on-scene authority will be local law enforcement and/or emergency services, and the District will work with those agencies in terms of coordination and communication. Our objective is frequent, clear and precise communication during an emergency situation with parents/guardians, the community and the media.

Parent-Child Reunification information, if needed, will be communicated via School Messenger phone call system


Parent/Guardians regarding School Messenger: An emergency card is sent home annually to be filled out by parents/guardians with instructions for it to be sent back to your child's school. We use this information to contact you. School Messenger is a phone call out system with which the District and Principals can contact all parents directly. School Messenger may also be used in non-emergency situations to contact you about school news, updates, Food Services accounts and attendance.
 
For snow/weather/water main break delays/closings affecting some or ALL buildings, refer first to local local media.

Local broadcast media includes WETM 18 News, WENY-TV, Time Warner News and WINK 106.1 FM and Magic FM 97.7 FM.

For the media, our communications process:

The District will establish a communications staging area during a high-level emergency, either at the District offices (165 Charles St., Painted Post, NY 14870) or near the site of the emergency. Please contact Bill Cameron, Public Information Coordinator (607) 654-2721 or bcameron@cppmail.com for information during an emergency. During an emergency, law enforcement or emergency services are the control at a scene - the District will work with them on communications.
 

District Wide Safety Plan (certain parts of this plan are not published in accordance with NYS Education Department guidance for the safety and security of schools and students): Download the PDF

Safety and Emergency Information Brochure for Parents and Families (Describes terms such as lockdown, lockout and more)

 

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