New Email Policy

 

Monthly Newsletter

Dear NIS Community,

Please be informed that the school will be implementing a new email policy beginning July 1, 2019, in order to protect the school and to stop receiving unsolicited messages from unknown sources.

The official school email of the faculty and staff, students, and parents will be restricted from an incoming and outgoing email that is NOT a nis.com.ph account. Other sources such as yahoo.comgmail.comoutlook.com, etc. will be automatically ignored or blocked by the system. However, some email accounts from the school board, administration, and leadership team can still accommodate emails coming from other sources.

In lieu of this, the students and parents school email accounts are currently disabled due to the implementation of the new policy.  You will be notified once the new system is set.

The reason for the upgrade is to avoid unwanted emails from individuals attempting to besmirch the reputation of the school. Please rest assured that school is operating smoothly as we are preparing for the full IB program next school year.

Should you have further questions, please feel free to contact [email protected].   

Thank you for your support and understanding.

NIS Management

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