The Guam Department of Education (GDOE) is working to address a phone outage affecting the school district headquarters in Tiyan and a majority of school campuses.
Beginning Monday morning around 10 a.m., schools and the GDOE headquarters in Tiyan began to experience phone issues, with many locations being unable to receive incoming phone calls.
“We are working with our vendor Pacific Data Systems to expeditiously determine the cause of this problem and to get our phone lines back up and running,” GDOE Superintendent Jon Fernandez said. “We thank our parents and stakeholders for their patience and encourage them to reach out to our schools via email as we work to resolve this problem.”
Each school and division may be contacted via email, and the full directory is available online at: https://www.gdoe.net/District/Portal/Directory. Those experiencing difficulty reaching their child’s school may also contact the central office hotline at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(GDOE News Release)