Weather Watch

  1. Reliable power: A school must have consistent electricity to operate the entire campus.
  2. Potable water: A school must have a safe supply of drinking water.
  3. Professional assessment: A building professional must assess the school buildings and determine them safe to occupy. Any safety concerns must be mitigated or resolved.
  4. Leak secure: School windows and roofs must be able to prevent a severe intrusion of water.
  5. Working air conditioning: A school must have an assessed and operating HVAC system.
  6. Functioning fire alarm and intercom: A school must be able to activate its fire alarm and school intercom in case of an emergency.
  7. Indoor air quality: A school must have the air quality assessed by an industrial hygienist.
  8. Debris cleaned up: A school must have storm debris either removed or stored in a safe and secure location.
  9. Ability to serve food: A school must be able to provide students with grab and go meals.

Videos

A Message from the Superintendent (October 28, 2022)

Disaster Recovery Centers

SchoolMessenger Communicate and District App

SchoolMessenger® Communicate is a program that enables administration from the District and schools to send families important messages, emergency broadcasts, attendance alerts and event reminders. There is also a way to receive text messages, however under a rule by the Federal Communications Commission, you must opt in for that service. The process is easy and only takes a few seconds to complete. Simply text any one of these words subscribe, optin or yes to the number 67587.

Storm Resources

Hurricane Information by Lee County Public Safety

Lee County Public Safety's Emergency Management Program has a state-of-the-art Emergency Operations Center that is the command center for official Lee County emergency information when a hurricane becomes an imminent threat. That team provides an updated All Hazards Guide each year to assist residents in advance planning.