Monday, January 14, 2013
Read the email the school sent to parents after Christian Brothers College High School President Mike England resigned this weekend citing personal reasons.
Christian Brothers College High School President Mike England resigned suddenly Sunday citing personal reasons, according to CBC Director of Communications Rob Staggenborg. (Read Related Story: CBC School President Resigns Suddenly Over The Weekend) Staggenborg said the following email was sent to parents Monday morning alerting them of the resignation. Timothy Schellhardt ’85, Chairman of the Board of Christian Brothers College High School (CBC) announced the resignation of its President, Mike England ’83 effective January 11, 2013. Schellhardt announced the resignation and praised England’s many contributions to the school and the CBC community by saying, “Mike England has been passionate in his representation of CBC and its Lasallian …
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
This email alert was sent to Parkway parents Monday night after four schools went into "lockout" as police searched for a suicidal man with a gun Monday evening.
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Facebook changed your email address on your profile. We'll help you change it back.
Facebook changed your profile without telling you. In 2010, Facebook gave all its users an "@facebook.com" email address. Some people used it, most people didn't, but it was always there if you wanted it. Until now. Sometime this month, Facebook changed everyone's default emails to their @facebook.com accounts. Your personal and work email accounts are still in the system, but only the Facebook account is listed. If you are like most of us and never use your Facebook email account, you'll want to add your regular email addresses to your account's profile page. Here's how: (Click through the pictures on this article to see the above steps illustrated.) If you do want to use your Facebook email address, you still can. Those emails will be …
Thursday, May 31, 2012
If you receive an email about a package delivery or online postage charges, do not open it. It appears to be from the post office, but it is a scam than can infect your computer.
The U.S. Postal Service and Town and Country Police Department are warning residents there is an email scam underway and anyone who receives one of the emails should delete it immediately. The post office sent out the alert in an email stating that some postal customers are receiving bogus e-mails about a package delivery or online postage charges. Customers should not open the email. It contains a link or attachment that will install a virus on your computer once opened. The viruns can steal your personal information. This warning applies to anyone who receives the email, not just local residents. For more details on the scam, read the following email alert posted by the U.S. Postal Service. Some postal customers are receiving bogus e-…