Mariemont City Schools uses a notification program called SchoolMessenger, which utilizes email and text messages to send notifications instantaneously, thus increasing the likelihood that our families and staff received crucial information in a timely manner. We know that in a time of crisis, communication is key.
It is important to note that SchoolMessenger will only be used in the event of an emergency.
The school district also will continue to utilize traditional email distribution lists, and may post information on our website and/or social media platforms, should we deem it necessary.
To comply with wireless carrier requirements and protect against unsolicited text messages, you should have already opted in, or out, of the verification text from 675-87.
Mariemont City Schools will send a text message on Thursday, September 7, at 9:00 a.m. The message will read: “This is from the Mariemont City School District and is a TEST notification message. No action is required.”
If you receive the message, you are in the system and will receive text messages and emails if/when they are sent in emergency situations. If you do not receive the text message and/or email and wish to be added to the system, please contact Lance Hollander, Director of Human Resources and District Operations, at 513-272-7500.
If you prefer not to receive emergency notifications via text, visit http://www.schoolmessenger.com/txtmsg
or reply STOP to 677-87. Please note: the school district does not pay for text message charges that you may incur for sending or receiving text messages. Please check with your wireless carrier for more specific information regarding your services.
During the summer, all parents and guardians should have input their current contact information when creating and updating their PowerSchool account; therefore we should have your current contact phone number(s) and email addresses in our system. If you have any reason to believe that your information is not up to date, please contact your child’s school building.