Does District 155 send text message alerts?
Beginning February 1, 2018, District 155 will have the ability to send text message alerts to parents and staff who opt-in to receive text message alerts from One Call Now which is the district’s mass messaging service.
What information will be sent using the text message alert?
This is another communication tool D155 will use to send parents and staff information about upcoming district events, school closures and emergencies. Other district information may include registration, distribution days, etc.
How do parents and/or staff opt-in to receive text message alerts?
To receive text message notifications, you must text the word Alert to 22300 or visit www.OneCallNow.com/TextAlerts. You will receive a text response from One Call Now to let you know you have opted-in. One Call Now is the district’s mass messaging service.
How much will text message alerts cost me?
If you have a text message plan, these messages will be included in that plan; otherwise, standard text message charges apply.
How do I opt-out?
If you would like to stop receiving text messages, you can opt-out by texting the word Stop to 22300 from your cell phone. Text messages will be disabled to your number.
If you choose to Opt-out of text messaging, you will continue to receive voice phone calls to your cell phone.
If my phone number changes, do I have to opt-in again?
You will need to opt-in to text message alerts again if your phone number changes. Opt-in at any time by texting Alert to 22300.
For more information about the Text Message Alerts visit: http://www.OneCallNow.com/TextAlerts/