Connecting just got easier!
SchoolMessenger, the district's mass notification system, will be used to keep you informed about attendance, school closing, important information impacting your campus directly; and, most importantly, accurate, real-time information during an emergency situation via the system's text messaging feature.
Be sure to say ‘YES’ to receiving urgent text alerts from SBISD via SchoolMessenger. Text back 'YES' 'OPT IN' or 'SUBSCRIBE' to begin receiving text message alerts. If you don’t have a cell phone registered with SBISD make sure to login and update your Skyward (Family Access) account today.
You must reply affirmatively with one of the opt-in key words listed above to start your SMS texting service. Simply reply to the original message (or send an opt-in key words text message to 68453). If you do not wish to receive any additional text messages, no further action is required. You can opt out of this service by texting 'STOP' to 68453. Please note: Message and/or data rates may apply. Check with your carrier for individual rate information.
What if I need to update or add a cell number?
The SMS texting invitation will be sent to cell numbers registered in Skyward (Family Access) prior to October 1, 2015. To manage or update your information, visit the Skyward (Family Access) website. Once your cell number is on file in FAMILY ACCESS, simply text 'YES' or 'OPT IN' to 68453. To opt out text 'STOP' to 68453.
Looking for access to the latest headlines and
information in SBISD? From lunch menus to
sports schedules and more, the new SBISD APP
has everything you need to stay connected
with multiple devices.
How to Download the SBISD App from the APP store:
- Go to the App Store or Google Play
- Search "Spring Branch ISD"
- Select "Free" and then "Install"
- You will need to know your Apple or Google account password
- After it has installed select "Open"
- You have now downloaded the app
Visit the SBISD
website for more
information or to access SBISD's media channels.
Other Ways to STAY CONNECTED:
When visiting ANY social media sites, it's a good idea to check to see if the person authoring the site is really who they say they are or if they are a legitimate representative of that organization.
There are sites that exist which appear to be legitimate media outlets but, in fact, are not.
Be sure that you are visiting a 'real' district or school social media website.
If you have questions or concerns about information online, email our Webmaster.
Click here for a complete listing of campuses that offer approved social media channels.