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TVUSD Hotlines

Crisis Line (recorded information only)

In the event of a district-wide emergency, TVUSD utilizes a Crisis Line which will provide parents with information related to school dismissals and closures. To access the Crisis Line, please dial: (951) 506-7900.

 

Anonymous Tip Hotline

The Temecula Valley Unified School District has in place an anonymous hotline at the district office to facilitate tips about unsafe situations on local campuses in an ongoing effort to keep Temecula schools safe. If you would like to leave an anonymous message, please call our Tip Hotline at (951) 506-7999.

Edulink

The Temecula Valley USD utilizes a communication system, known as Edulink, that allows us to send emergency notifications and important school updates to parents by way of a recorded telephone message.

 

Our schools and district office utilize this system frequently, and it is our primary line of communication during emergencies. It is vital that you keep your phone number updated with your child's school at all times.