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Keep Up With What's Happening at School
Parents and supporters of CAL, now you can keep up with what's happening at our school anywhere, anytime, right from your smart phone with SchoolWay (formerly School Connect). SchoolWay is a free mobile app that enables you to stay connected to your student's school and have school information sent directly to you, wherever and . . .
The CAL Middle School will be starting their fundraiser for the year on August 20th. The will be selling magazine subscriptions and renewals. All the profit will be going to their class accounts. You can order on-line also. . . .
There has been a name change to our district's push notification software. School Connect, now called SchoolWay, is the same great software just with a different name. You can download or update your software through the Apple App . . .
To set things up to receive School Connect messages from teacher(s) and the school, follow the procedure below (It's not hard, I know you can do it!) 1. Go to http://www.schoolconnectservices.com/ and click on the web app icon in . . .
Subscribe through the school web site.
CAL CSD now has two new email distribution sections in addition to the Daily Announcements and the CAL-O-Gram that you can subscribe to. The two new sections are called, CAL Notifications and Month Ahead. We will be using these . . .
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Inclement Weather Delays or Closings The Following Radio and TV Stations will broadcast CAL school delays and closing information. Any time we cancel or delay school, it will also include St. Paul’s School and . . .
School Alerts is a free, easy-to-use program that is simply the result of finding an answer to a common problem: When school needs to be closed, how do we easily notify everyone who needs to know? When schools need to dismiss . . .
"It's 10 p.m. Do you know where your children are?" Remember that phrase from your own childhood? It's still a valid question, but now, it comes with a twist: "Do you know where your kids are - and who they're talking . . .
You've probably learned a long list of important safety and privacy lessons already: Look both ways before crossing the street; buckle up; hide your diary where your nosy brother can't find it; don't talk to strangers. The Federal . . .