Getting ready for winter weather - check out our new inclement weather plan
We want to share our inclement weather plan with families. Now that temperatures have started to dip, we want to prepare everyone for what will happen if weather conditions become unsafe.
Traditionally, we would check road conditions in the early hours and make a decision to either have two-hour delay for the day or cancel classes.
This year - it's different. We will still have crews up in the dark, early morning hours to check road conditions, but there won't be any two-hour delays or snow days this year. Instead, if weather conditions are unsafe, everyone will transition to virtual learning for the day.
That means any student who would have been in building that day - our hybrid learners or our students who are participating in the Small Cohort Learning Model - would, instead, take their classes virtually (from home) that day.
Students would log into their Google Classroom or Canvas accounts and attend classes virtually. Students who regularly attend classes virtually would continue to do so.
Announcements for a transition to virtual learning due to inclement weather will be made in the same way snow days traditionally are announced. We will send out a robo call, it will be posted to our website, sent out as a push notification, posted to social media and sent to the news media.