On Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019, Rockwood conducted a test of our automatic notification system to ensure all staff members are receiving the district's emergency messages in case of school closings, crisis situations and inclement weatheer. Superintendent Dr. Mark Miles sent a notification at 7 p.m. to our Rockwood employees, via phone, email and text. (Please note that parent notifications will be sent at a later time.)
Need Assistance Updating Contact Information?
Have you recently changed your household, cell or work phone number?
- Rockwood employees need to make sure the information is accurate in BusinessPlus.
- Rockwood SSD employees need to make sure their information is accurate in SSDLife.
If your contact information is accurate in these two systems, it will be accurate in our automatic notification systems due to our regular uploads of contact information.
Do you need to opt in to receive text messages?
No. This year all phone numbers have been automatically opted in to receive text messages from the district. (68453 is Rockwood's short code for text messaging. Please add this number to your phone contact list.) Make sure this phone number is included in your contact information on file with the Human Resources department. Find out more about the text messaging service.
Did your message get cut off?
Messages in progress may be restarted from the beginning by pressing the star (*) key.
Did your answering machine not record the entire message?
Find out answers on how to program your answering machine, plus read answers to a number of frequently asked questions about our automatic notification system.
Want more information about Rockwood Connect?
Staff members may receive two types of phone messages on the Rockwood Automatic Notification System:
1) Alerts for district-level emergency situations and
2) Outreach messages from the school.
For more information about the district's automatic notification system, visit the Rockwood Connect website on One Rockwood.