Planning Ahead for Inclement Weather

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If your children are anything like mine, then without a doubt, one of many things they look forward to during the cold wintry months is hearing me say, “Go back to bed – school is closed – it’s a snow day!”

The last weekend of October brought with it the first snowflakes of the season. It also presents the realization for me that we have reached the point of the school year where school closings or delays become a possibility. We never truly know the weather each winter will bring; however, planning ahead can help to reduce the scheduling conflicts and address the supervision needs your child(ren) may have in the event of a closing, delay or early dismissal. 

There is not a specific set of weather related criteria to determine a closing, delay, or early dismissal. Each event of inclement weather can produce multiple variables influencing a decision. We will use several communication resources to notify your family when the school schedule is impacted by the weather. Please be sure to contact your child’s school if your contact information has changed.

Thank You & Go Bulldogs!

Shawn Haughn



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