Tumwater School District

Continuous Student Learning in a Caring, Engaging Environment

Continuous Student Learning in a Caring, Engaging Environment

Emergency Communications
Communications to Families:  SchoolMessenger System
The district uses SchoolMessenger to very quickly place a phone call and/or email to all families and staff.  If there is an issue that will impact the start of the school day, we will send a robo-call to all families at around 6 a.m.  The same message will also be sent in an email.  In order for this system to work best, please keep your contact information up-to-date.  You will need to call or email your child's school to make any changes.

Communication to Media:  FlashAlert.net

Our regional emergency communications system is FlashAlert.net  We contact this service as soon as the decision is made at around 5:30 a.m. Below is the list of television and radio stations that receives and posts our FlashAlert messages.  The message is also available on their website, www.flashalert.net

AM Radio Stations

FM Radio Stations

TV Stations

KMAS 1030

KRXY 94.5

KING Channel 5/KONG Channel 6 

KGY 1240

KXXO 96.1

KIRO Channel 7

KAYO 96.9

KOMO Channel 4

KMAS 103.3

KCPQ Channel 13






Other Communication Options
Beginning about 5:30 a.m., a message will also be on our district phone line, 709-7999, and on the main phone lines for each school. 
We will also use Twitter to send out a brief message.  Follow us @TumwaterSDNews.

Snow Routes

During the winter months, school buses may have to use alternate routes due to poor road conditions.