District 202 uses a mass communications system incorporating recorded telephone calls, emails and text messages to communicate a wide range of emergency and non-emergency information with families.
This system operates through traditional land lines (telephone messages), computers (emails) and personal smart phones (telephone messages, text messages, emails, apps, etc.)
District 202 and your home school(s) will use all contact information provided as part of student registration as needed and appropriate for automated mass communications.
Please contact your school directly to change how you receive automated mass communications, or to “opt out” of such communications altogether.
Please Note: Any modifications to how you receive automated mass communications will not affect your home school’s ability to reach you through other communications methods, or your school’s ability to use automated mass communications for emergencies.
TRANSMISSION OF STUDENT INFORMATION BY EMAIL
District 202 employees may send unencrypted, personally identifying information about students (such as test scores, report cards, IEP information, discipline letters, etc.) over email.
By registering your student, you agree that District employees may send such information to parents/guardians through email.
Please contact your school directly to modify how you receive personally identifying information about students by email.
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