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Posted By:Andrea Young on Wed Sep 13th 2017 at 7:17pm

Brevard Public Schools will reopen Monday. All staff and students are asked to return Monday for normal classroom instruction and operations. BPS will remain closed Thursday and Friday during recovery efforts from Hurricane Irma. All student activities are canceled until Monday. “We listened,” Superintendent Desmond Blackburn said. The decision to reopen Monday was made after consulting with BPS staff, reviewing progress by power and water utilities, and considering feedback from BPS parents, Blackburn said. Professional development that had been planned for staff on Monday has been postponed.

Posted By:Andrea Young on Tue Sep 12th 2017 at 2:33pm

Brevard Public Schools will remain closed Wednesday and until further notice. However, BPS is working today with its partners at power and water utilities to assess schools’ access to electricity and water and to reopen as soon as possible. It is also working to update employees who will be needed to reopen.

Posted By:Andrea Young on Wed Sep 06th 2017 at 12:27pm

Brevard Public Schools will be closed Thursday and Friday due to Hurricane Irma and will remain closed until further notice. School-related activities will be canceled. District headquarters will be closed. We will continue to update staff, parents and our community through the BPS app, Facebook, Twitter, district email and our emergency-notification system.

Posted By:Andrea Young on Wed Sep 06th 2017 at 7:35am

Brevard Public Schools is working closely with Brevard’s Emergency Management Office to monitor Hurricane Irma’s track and plan accordingly. We will report decisions as soon as possible regarding potential school closures, the rescheduling of extracurricular activities and policies on absences. Look for twice-daily updates from BPS via email, social media outlets, on the BPS Mobile app and through Blackboard Connect, our rapid notification system. For emergency preparedness tips, visit the BPS website or the school district’s Facebook and Twitter accounts.

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School, District, and County Information Contacts

Brevard Public Schools Information Hotline
321-633-1000 ext. 797

Customer Service Center
321-633-1000 ext. 500

DOE Emergency Communication Center

The toll-free Emergency Communication telephone number changes for each emergency incident.

When the situation warrants, DOE will post the telephone number here.

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.