South Putnam Community Schools

3999 South US Highway 231, Greencastle, IN. 46135

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Dear Parents,

South Putnam Community Schools has signed on with School Messenger, a company that provides notification services for emergency broadcasts, parental outreach and student attendance communications for K-12 Education.

 

The system is programmed to call the primary phone number of parents, the guardian cell phone number, guardian email, and the alert numbers that you entered on your child’s demographic page when you registered them for school.  You can login to your child’s Harmony account at any time and add or make changes to these fields.  School Messenger will be used for a variety of reasons that impact the safety and academic performance of your students.  School Messenger will be used to complement our emergency preparedness procedures and to inform parents of school closings or delays.

 

 

 

 

 

School Status:

Administration Office: Open

High School Office: Open

Elementary Offices: Closed

Student Harmony Access

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