Recent Emergency Notification Sent Through USN Services...

Thelma Barker School, TN – 1800 calls sent to alert parents of a water line break. (Nov. 7)

Liberty Technical Magnet School, NJ – Bomb Threat – 1700 calls sent to alert parents of bomb threat and school evacuation. (Nov. 6)

Sterling High School, NJ – Bank Robbery – 900 calls sent to alert parents of bank robbery next to school and lockdown. (Nov. 1)

Passaic ISD, NJ – School Closure – 1400 calls sent to alert parents of school closure. Message delivered to English and Spanish speaking homes. (Oct. 15)

Mahopac School, NY - Compliance Alert – 12,000 calls to alert parents the district was complying with state emergency drill compliance and were releasing students early. (Oct. 13)

Paradise Valley, AZ – Testing Notification – 4,000 calls to parents alerting them to PSAT testing, upcoming newsletter and homecoming information (Oct. 13)

Ellnsville School District, NY – Lock Down 2,000 calls sent to alert parents of a gunman reported around the Ellensville School District. (Oct. 12)

Castro Valley, CA – Lock Down 1200 calls sent to parents alerting them of shootings in the vicinity of the school. (Oct. 10)

Canyon Middle School, CA – Lock Down – 5,800 calls to its parents to alert them the school was not affected by events at Castro Valley, CA lockdown. (Oct. 10)

Jackson-Madison School District, TN – Fatal Traffic Accident 1200 sent calls to parents and the student body alerting them their principal was involved in a car accident. (Oct. 5)

Osceola School District, FL – Hurricane Warning 32,000 calls sent to alert parents of school closures during tropical storm Ernesto.

Prince Georges County, MD 30,000 emergency calls sent for Prince Georges County in Maryland

Evergreen School District, Vancouver, WASchool Opening Delay – Sent 3,500 calls to parents to alert them that a new high school would start two days late because construction was not complete.

Notification in the fastest time possible by the experts in parent communication.

US Netcom’s parent notification solutions and services are used by more than 25,000 schools and districts to dramatically improve overall student performance, reduce attendance issues, improve parent services through automation and provide a level of hands-off communication that remains unmatched by any other communication vendor.

Dramatic results in student achievement,
parent involvement, improved overall communication.

Our solutions automate every process of parent notification for virtually untouched operation. Districts nationwide have had spectacular success on student achievement goals. For example:

For five years running Cobb County Public Schools in Atlanta had passing rates for all four sections of its district that outpaced those of other districts in metro Atlanta and Georgia, dates consistent with the use of US Netcom. More significantly, during the last school year APS used US Netcom to deliver more than 800,000 calls home each month. The result: the average senior SAT score was 1047 – 172 points above the state average of 875. All through automated notification.

With US Netcom you'll also see:

  • Improvements in attendance rates as notification calls alert every parent to their absentee student - parent response to your call will put more students in their seats.
  • Improved student achievement with standardized test score alert to parents - test alert reminder calls.
  • Emergency and follow-up notification - when an emergency affects a school and the surrounding community, rumors and misinformation can be thwarted with calls that educate parents before the media does.
  • Staff and first responder notification - when time is critical, automated emergency response reaches those who in a position to help quickly.






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Results Districts Have Achieves With US Netcom's Parent Outreach Solutions and Services...

Lewisville Elementary made 166,811 calls to parents; 80% of its students excel on state exams

More than 80 percent of the 527 students at LES have performed extremely well on state standardized tests for two consecutive years. Montaquila attributes his students’ success to his excellent teaching staff and the improved school-to-home communication made possible by the school’s automated communication system from US Netcom.


500 parents turn out for Math Night at Betsy A. Rhodes Elementary

When parents were reminded about Math Night, an annual event at the 1,000-student school. Instead of the usual 200-300 parents that have attended in the past, the school saw 500 parents that night.