informed with Port’s SNN, Facebook, & Cable Channel 20
be among the first to receive important news from the Port
Jervis School District?
You can stay informed about school & district happenings by
signing up for SNN, becoming a fan of Port’s Facebook page, and
(if you live in the City of Port Jervis) watching cable Channel
Sign up for SNN or update your existing account
to 3,800 people are already signed up for School News Notifier (SNN),
an opt-in e-mail and text message alert system.
easy to sign-up: Simply
click here, or the SNN icon
located on the right side of the home page. Follow the
directions to create your profile and choose which alerts you
would like to receive. Users can choose from several alerts and
can unsubscribe at any time. There are alerts for each school
building, high school class news, district news and school
closings/delays. This fall, we are adding an athletic alert. You
can also enter your cell phone number to receive text messages
in time-sensitive situations, such as weather-related school
Get the right message: If
you already have a SNN account, it's important to make sure your
alerts are updated for this school year. Parents of new 7th &
9th grade students should update their profile so they start to
receive messages from their child's new school...It's easy to
click here, or the SNN logo.
Sign into your account using your username and password, select
which alerts you want to receive. Then click "Update Profile."
Become a fan of Port’s Facebook page
Jervis has a
Facebook page. Everyone who
becomes a “fan” of the page will receive timely news about
school programs, student accomplishments, upcoming events, and
Already on Facebook? Simply
click the Facebook icon on the right hand side of the
District home page and “Sign up.” Not on Facebook, but want to join? Go to
www.Facebook.com and create
your account. Then, visit the PJ Facebook page and become a
into cable Channel 20
Jervis City School District has its own educational access
television station. Since 2008, Time Warner Cable has enabled
the District to provide local viewers with commercial-free
access to school news, announcements, and programming on cable
Local cable viewers can watch live coverage of the Board of
Education meetings and other public forums. School Board
meetings are then re-aired daily at 9 a.m., 1 p.m., and 3 p.m.
Meetings are typically aired for approximately two weeks until
the next scheduled meeting.
Other programming includes athletic events, special school
program, winter & spring school concerts, major award
presentations, and high school graduation. A
Program Schedule is posted
on this web site and on Channel 20.
In between the programs, a Community Bulletin Board with
important school calendar dates and announcements of upcoming
school events airs 24-7.