Safety & Emergency Information

Safety is a top priority at the Cabrillo Unified School District. School site staff are trained on how to respond and recover from an emergency, disaster, or event resulting in the disruption of normal school operations. Each year the plan is updated. The plan includes disaster and emergency procedures. Learn more by reviewing the info below. 

Comprehensive School Safety Plan for Every School


 



Parents and School Safety - Learn The Big Five 

SCHOOL EMERGENCY GUIDELINES - Immediate Action Response & Hazards. Response is the process of implementing appropriate actions while an emergency situation is unfolding. Staff members are familiar with Immediate Action Responses. All students are taught what to do in the event that any of these response actions is implemented. 

The Big Five Community Packet (pdf) 

Los Cinco Grandes Paquete para la Comunidad (pdf) 

The Big Five Parent Flyer (pdf) 

Los Padres y la Seguridad Escolar (pdf)

Big Five Emergency Graphic

 


San Mateo County Alert Notifications  

 

Go to www.smcalert.infoand sign up for email and text notifications

SMC Emergency Services Flyer (pdf)

Alertas por SMC Alert (pdf)


School Communications via School Messenger

Cabrillo Unified School District utilizes SchoolMessenger for parental outreach, emergency broadcasts, and student attendance communications. Now parents can receive phone calls, text alerts, and emails about a range of important issues affecting their students’ safety and academic performance.

SchoolMessenger will be used to complement the district’s existing emergency preparedness procedures and to inform parents of upcoming school events such as statewide testing and parent meetings. The alert service from SchoolMessenger is proven to measurably impact student safety, parental involvement, and staff communications.
 
Please make sure the school has all updated phone numbers and email. If we have a cell phone number on file for you, and you do not participate in the opt-in invitation to receive SMS text messages, you may receive a one-time opt-in message on the day we launch the campaign. This is to comply with wireless carrier requirements and to protect you against unsolicited messages.
 
So that you can continue to receive important  TEXT messages from the school, we encourage you to reply with “Y” or “YES” or “OPTIN” or “SUBSCRIBE” when you receive such a verification message. To opt-out of all text messages from SchoolMessenger, reply with STOP to the opt-in message.
 
Please note, although the school does not charge you for this service, it does not pay for text message charges that may be incurred by you for sending or receiving text messages. Check with your wireless carrier for possible charges.

Parents can manage your own contact preferences by using a site that will be given at a later date.
 
More information: http://www.schoolmessenger.com.