Each Mukilteo school has a plan for responding to emergencies and for providing information to parents. The success of those efforts will depend on you, however.
Here are some things that you can do now that will help should there be an emergency at your child’s school:
UPDATE YOUR CHILD'S EMERGENCY CONTACT INFO
- Go to the Qmlativ Family Access and check your child’s emergency contact information and the list of emergency contacts. If anything is incorrect or needs to be updated, contact your child’s school.
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF AN EMERGENCY OCCURS?
- If an emergency occurs, please resist the temptation to call your child’s school or go to the school. Do your part to keep the phone lines and nearby streets open for the emergency response effort.
- Parents will be informed through the school district's Parent Notification System.
HOW CAN I STAY INFORMED?
The school district will notify all parents of a delay or closure using the mass communication system, which sends messages via phone, email, text and mobile app (if family member has downloaded the app).
Families and community members have several options in addition to the mass communication system:
- FlashAlert Messenger: The school district notifies the local news media about schedule changes or cancellations using a service called FlashAlert. You can receive a text message directly from FlashAlert whenever the school district posts a message on that system. Go to FlashAlert for more information.
- Local TV and radio stations: Many local television and radio stations offer texting services. Go to your favorite station’s website for more information.
- Check the “News” section on the front page of the school district website.
- Listen or watch news broadcasts on local TV and radio stations.
Check this page on our website to learn more about Emergency Information.