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High school students can opt in to receive the “Pony Deets!” - a free text messaging service from Stillwater Area Public Schools. This ensures they’ll receive the most up-to-date info when school is delayed or closed or there is an emergency in their building.
Students or parents/guardians can login to PowerSchool and fill out the “Authorization to Text Student” form. Once the form is submitted, a text message will be sent to the student’s phone confirming the request. Once they confirm, they'll start receiving messages. Standard messaging rates may apply.
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NOTE: Parents/guardians can also opt in to receive text messages from their child's school. Learn how to sign up.
[Deets]: slang for “details”
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