Stay Informed with APTS Alert!
You can take advantage of our new Text Messaging System!
APTS is excited to announce a new feature that will enable you to receive notifications directly to your mobile device. Introducing, APTS Alerts!
Our school utilizes the SchoolMessenger system to deliver text messages, straight to your mobile phone with important information about events, school closings, safety alerts and more.
Parents and Guardians: you will receive a text message to the number you provided on your student’s emergency contact form, from the shortcode number 67587 on Monday, April 4th at 3:30 pm asking you to enroll. Please keep an eye out and respond “Y” or “Yes” to this message to opt in, or ignore it to reject permissions.
APTS Staff: you will receive a text message to the number you provided in Paylocity from the shortcode number 67587 on Monday, April 4th at 3:30 pm asking you to enroll. Please keep an eye out and respond “Y” or “Yes” to this message to opt in, or ignore it to reject permissions.
You may also choose to opt in now, or at any time, by scanning the QR code in the graphics below.
We are so excited to offer this feature to better keep you informed!
- Standard data and messaging rates or fees may apply depending on your cell phone service provider.
- We recommend saving the short code 67587 and Caller ID to the contacts on your phone.This will help prevent any 3rd party call blocking systems from interfering with your receipt of important messages sent by the school.
- SchoolMessenger is compliant with the Student Privacy PledgeTM, so you can rest assured that your information is safe and will never be given or sold to anyone.
- SMS stands for Short Message Service and is commonly referred to as a “text message”. Most cell phones support this type of text messaging. Our notification provider, SchoolMessenger, uses a true SMS protocol developed by the telecommunications industry specifically for mass text messaging, referred to as “short code” texting. This method is fast, secure and highly reliable because it is strictly regulated by the wireless carriers and only allows access to approved providers.If you’ve ever sent a text vote for a TV show to a number like 46999, you have used short code texting.