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Sign Up For E-Alerts




  • Once you have registered with BCSC's Emergency E-Alert system you will receive a validation email from Blackboard.  Be sure to click on the link in the email to validate your account. If you do not receive a validation email please email the BCSC Webmaster for assistance at
  • Do not contact your child's school if you need any help or have forgotten your username and password.  Please email the BCSC Webmaster (
  • Need to add additional schools to your e-Alert account? Email BCSC Webmaster ( listing what schools need to be added.
  • Text messages are free to sign up for, but normal messaging rates apply through your cell phone provider.


Parents and the extended community are welcome to subscribe to E-Alerts

Emergency E-Alert Registration

School Closings, Delays, Early Dismissals and Emergency Announcements

Emergency E-alerts are sent by the BCSC district administration when there will be a school closing, delay or early dismissal or if there is an emergency announcement.


E-Alert Notification Registration Instructions

Instrucciones de registro para notificaciones de E-Alert

BCSC E-Alert Notification 緊急警報通知の登録


E-Alert Subscription Sign Up



What if I do not receive an E-Alert Mobile Text-Message even though I signed up to receive one?

First check to see if your number was entered correctly including the area code. If it is contact your cell phone provider.  You may have restricted text messaging.


What if I do not receive a confirmation email with my username and password?

Please check back on your profile and make sure you entered your email in correctly.


Who do I contact if I have any problems registering or subscribing to E-Alerts?

Please email the BCSC Webmaster at


Is there a cost?

No, not from BCSC. There may be a cost for the Mobile Text-Message E-Alert if you do not have a text-message plan with your cell phone provider.


Will my password expire?

No. Your password will stay the same until you decide to change it.


Can pre-pay cell phones be used for text-messages?