It is appropriate at this time to commend the students and staff at Bonsall High School for their response to the student threat incident impacting the high school and middle school campuses this week. I wish to take this opportunity to clarify some information:
UPDATE 1:30 PM: The water issues have been resolved, and classes will resume at BHS and SMS on Thursday, September 19 as scheduled.
9:45 AM Due to a water regulator issue at the Bonsall High School and Sullivan Middle School campuses, classes have been canceled for today. Water flow will need to be turned off completely at both schools which will restrict the use of restroom facilities for both students and staff. The school principals have advised parents via Aeries Communications of the school closures and have requested parents return to pick up students as soon as possible. Buses are transporting regular bus riders home. Rainbow Municipal Water District technicians are on-site and will continue to update district administration on progress of the repair. At this time, it is believed the repair will be completed today and school will be in session tomorrow, Thursday, September 19. Parents, please continue to monitor your phone, email, school and district websites for updates.
The hot temperatures and weather conditions have fire safety at the forefront of everyone's mind. This is a good time for all stakeholders to review BUSD's School Protection and Evacuation Plan (SPEP), the District's guideline to follow in case of a wildfire impacting the district. The SPEP which is located under Departments -> Student Services -> Emergency Preparedness -> file located at bottom of the page.