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Communications Updates: 

Message 2 –

October 2, 2018 – Sent by Todd and Temescal Valley Elementary School

Good evening ________ families,

As a follow up to yesterday’s message regarding Tropical Storm Rosa the District continues to work closely with local emergency agencies regarding possible debris flow threats to Holy Fire burn areas.

At this time our school is not impacted by the voluntary evacuation orders and will remain open tomorrow, Wednesday, October 3, 2018.

For the latest school safety updates, please continue to check the School Safety section of our school website and the District website.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

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Message 1 – Sent by Todd and Temescal Valley Elementary School

October 1, 2018

Good evening ____________ families, 

In coordination between the County of Riverside and other local emergency agencies, CNUSD is closely monitoring Tropical Storm Rosa and possible debris flow threats to Holy Fire burn areas from scattered thunderstorms coming to southwestern Riverside County in the next couple days.

At this time, no schools in the Temescal Valley area are subject to closure. However, in the event that a mandatory evacuation order is in place school closures will be enforced and parents will be informed directly by our school.

The school will remain open tomorrow, Tuesday, October 2, 2018. On Tuesday afternoon after consulting with local emergency agencies we will provide another update to families regarding the status of our school. 

For the latest school safety updates, please continue to check the School Safety section of our school website and the District website.

 

Holy Fire Debris Update: 

The County of Riverside and other local agencies are closely monitoring Hurricane Rosa that threatens to bring scattered thunderstorms to southwestern Riverside County on Monday, October 1, through Wednesday, October 3. (See News Release link below).

Scorched soil has little ability to absorb water. Debris flows are fast-moving, landslides—powerful mixtures of mud, rocks, boulders, trees, and vehicles—that can move faster than a person can run or drive.

In cooperation with county and city emergency officials, Corona-Norco Unified School District has placed debris flow and evacuation information on this webpage. 

Stay informed! Please check updates on CNUSD and school websites and listen for voice, email and text announcements from your school principals.

Holy Community Letter English.pdf
Holy Community Letter Spanish.pdf
News Release Storm Threat - Holy Burn Areas.pdf

Parents: Communication updates related to school safety lockdowns, evacuations, and school closures will be posted on this webpage.

Will I also hear directly from my school? 

Yes. Schools affected by lockdowns, school closures or evacuations will first directly notify parents using the school’s broadcast messaging system. Messages will be sent by phone call, email and text message. 
If you have any questions regarding the district’s school safety protocols please contact our Student Services Department at 951-736-5111.

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