It is likely over the next several months that we will see forecasts of inclement weather. In preparation, we encourage students and families to be prepared by reviewing the 2020-2021 Inclement Weather / Short Term School Closure Learning Options.
New for 2020-21: Wildcat Remote Learning Day: A remote learning day will be called when adverse weather conditions exist that make travel to and from school unsafe. Students will not physically report to school. Instead, all students will participate in a remote learning day. The learning day will include a check-in with teachers and an offering of work for students. Specific details about schedules for the day will be communicated by your child’s principal and/or teacher.
Delayed Openings: Delayed starts will be called when temporary adverse weather conditions exist. In-person students will still physically report to school, based on the announced delayed schedule. Wildcat Remote Learning students will also observe the delayed start. Specific details about schedules for the day will be communicated by your child’s principal and/or teacher.
Traditional “Inclement Weather Day”: In extreme weather conditions, the District may still call an inclement weather day in which no in-person or remote instruction will occur.
To prepare for the 2020-2021 Inclement Weather/Short Term School Closure Learning Options, we encourage students to bring home district-provided devices daily and recommend guardians ensure appropriate home internet connectivity and establishment of student learning spaces.
- NOTE: Students in Grades K-6 will begin taking home an assigned Chromebook in preparation for inclement weather days.
Should a delayed start, early dismissal or inclement closure of any kind be necessary, families will continue to receive an email and phone call when the school day is modified.