In the fall of 2019, PG&E began implementing “Planned Safety Power Shutdowns” (PSPS) in California to reduce the risk of wildfire during periods of hot, dry, windy weather.
To learn more about planned power shutdowns, please visit PG&E’s FAQ.
How to Stay Informed about Outages at SLUSD Schools
How to Stay Informed about Outages at SLUSD Schools In the event that schools need to be closed for a PSPS, we will:
- In the event that schools need to be closed for a PSPS, we will:
- Send out a robocall, text, and email to all students, families, and staff at the affected schools the day or evening before the planned outage
- Post the list of closed schools on our homepage
- Post information to our social media channels
- Twitter (@SLUSD_News)
- Facebook (San Leandro Unified School District)
- Disseminate information to school sites to share with families
While we have no control over these types of power outages, we are in touch with our local and regional partners as to best practices and are doing our very best to be prepared so that we can keep you informed and students and staff safe.
How to Stay Informed
We also recommend that families sign up to get emergency alerts from local and regional authorities, including: