General Information & Directions
Weather-related/Emergency Closings, Delays and Early Releases
Pilot for 2020-2021 School Year
At the November 12, 2020 Board of Education meeting, there was consensus from the Board to have Remote Learning Days in place of “snow days” as a pilot program for the 2020-2021 school year. Going forward, whenever possible, we will engage in remote learning in place of a traditional snow day. We will use our School Messenger system to send alerts to families via phone message, email, and text message. Additionally, we will post this with the usual media outlets, where available. Please contact your child’s school principal for specific school related procedures. Please note, the district will still have the option of calling for a delayed opening or an early release, if needed, due to inclement weather or even for a traditional cancellation should there be major power outages across the state. If we have the need to exercise any of these options, remote learning would not be available to students.
Announcements regarding closings, delayed openings, or unplanned early releases will be made via our automated phone calling system. In addition to broadcasting on various TV and radio stations, all student home phone numbers will be phoned.
For specific school hours related to closings, delayed openings, or early releases, please see building information below.