Based on the current forecast, it looks like we will all be enjoying quite a bit of snow tonight and well into the day tomorrow. While 2020 has been a year filled with change, uncertainty, and compromise, our students and families can hopefully enjoy a little bit of normalcy as we have decided to honor the first big snowfall of the season with a full-fledged SNOW DAY tomorrow (Thursday, December 17th). This means, the school will be closed and no remote learning will occur.
We hope students and families will take an opportunity to get outside and play; enjoy building a snowman, sledding, hot chocolate and maybe work in a Christmas movie – in other words, we hope you can enjoy a little bit of normalcy on a super snowy mid-week December day.
With that said, we cannot predict what Friday will bring. If the roads are clear, we will be back in school at the normal time. If it appears best not to travel on the roads on Friday, we will have a school-wide remote learning day on Friday (December 18th). In-person students will be coming home with all their materials today just in case.