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Posted By:Andrea Young on Mon Oct 10th 2016 at 1:00pm

Please be advised that all school functions will resume on Tuesday, October 11, 2016. This includes all before and after school child care programs, extra-curricular and athletics. Due to the extreme nature of hurricane Matthew, all absences from Wednesday, October 5, 2016 will be marked “excused”. Again, we appreciate the hard work and dedication of volunteers, school leaders, emergency responders, and Florida Power and Light who helped us get our schools ready to return tomorrow.

Posted By:Andrea Young on Sun Oct 09th 2016 at 11:32am

The district will be closed on Monday, October 10th. This includes all before and after school activities. BPS will continue to work to resume classes as soon as all functions are operational and we are able to provide an educational environment conducive to learning for both our students and our staff. A decision regarding Tuesday will be made after this thorough evaluation. Staff: Operations for Monday, October 10th, are the same as Thursday and Friday. If you are essential to returning district operations to normal, you may be called upon by your supervisor to report. Otherwise, you are not required to report on Monday.

Posted By:Andrea Young on Sun Oct 09th 2016 at 10:39am

BREVARD COUNTY, FLA. - District personnel has worked diligently to restore facilities and operations to pre-hurricane status. Based on our most recent updates from FPL, 100% power restoration for Monday cannot be guaranteed; impacting critical supports such as HVAC and the ability to adequately prepare student meals at all school locations. While it is our greatest desire to resume educational services, the district will be closed on Monday, October 10th. This includes all before and after school activities. We will continue to work to resume classes as soon as all functions are operational and we are able to provide an educational environment conducive to learning for both our students and our staff. A decision regarding Tuesday will be made after this thorough evaluation. You are encouraged to monitor updates as to when school will resume at www.brevardschools.org, Facebook -"Brevard Public Schools (official), Twitter - @BrevardSchools, along with all major media outlets. We want to extend our deepest thanks for all of the hardworking BPS staff and Emergency personnel who have tirelessly devoted themselves to caring for the citizens of Brevard County during Hurricane Matthew.

Posted By:Andrea Young on Wed Oct 05th 2016 at 7:45am

Due to extreme weather conditions, BPS will be closed on October 6th and 7th. This includes all extra-curricular activities and before/after school childcare programs.

Posted By:Andrea Young on Fri Aug 28th 2015 at 12:16pm

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About This Page

The Florida Department of Education Emergency Information Network (EIN) is designed to provide uninterrupted communication of school operational status and critical emergency and security information to Florida's School District, Community College and SUS-FL institution communities. The EIN is comprised of two components: 1) a backed-up Emergency Information Web server and portal, and 2) the Florida Knowledge Network (FKN) Emergency Broadcast system.The EIN provides the in-place architecture and set of procedures to allow school administrators to communicate pre and post hazard information of relevance to students, their parents, school staff and teachers.

Emergency web site templates have been established on a redundant network of secure servers for each School District, Community College and University to individually customize. These templates have general information and data fields that can be changed to keep the school's community informed on security and emergency hazards that have an impact on the school. The web site also has fields to inform the school community on standard security and emergency procedures, and to provide educational information to help families better prepare for emergency situations.Although the EIN will predominately provide information on school operations, critical information regarding the hazard will also be provided as an additional means to facilitate communications.This information will be closely coordinated with the local County Emergency Management agency.

The emergency web site architecture is designed to be up and running at all times, even in the event of a local hazard situation that may disrupt the schools web server.School Districts, Community Colleges, and Universities may even configure their home pages to be redirected to the emergency web page before, during, or after an emergency situation to help facilitate communication of critical information to their community.For the emergency web site to be effective, students, parents, teachers, and staff must be aware of it and know that it will be used to communicate important security and safety information. As an example, the emergency web site would serve as the key mechanism for communicating school opening information to evacuated parents, students, teachers and staff.