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How to Find Out if School Is Cancelled for Bad Weather
Sometimes inclement weather, such as heavy snow and ice, can be so dangerous that schools are open until a few hours later or are cancelled for the entire day. Your school considers inclement weather as they schedule the school year. Schools are responsible for the safety of its students and won’t jeopardize anyone. If school is closed, your school wants you to know that.
Preparing the Night Before
Check the weather.The weather forecast for tomorrow won’t always give you an accurate prediction, but it will give you an idea. Check online or dial into your local news station to see tomorrow’s forecast. Look at the percentage prediction of snow. If the forecast calls for over an 80% chance, then the chances are high.
- You should also take a look at the hourly forecast for tomorrow. See if the precipitation is suppose to increase or decrease as the day progresses.
Check your school’s hotline.Parents and students may be able to call a number provided by the school to find out information on school delays or cancellations. Since it comes from your school directly, this is the most reliable way to obtain information. Most schools are equipped with such a system, but check to be sure before the next big weather problem hits.
- You may also check the school's website, if it has one, for a delay/cancellation notice.
- Many websites will list this information clearly on the front page.
Know your school's weather policies.The best way to plan ahead is to review your school's policies on inclement weather. Review your school's handbook or website for any information on your school's rules for weather. If a school is prepared, they will have this documented for parents and students.
- For example: a school might cancel school without question, if snow reaches above three feet. School could be canceled if the power is out in the school or neighboring communities.
- Another common policy is to cancel or delay school if public transportation if down.
Go to bed as you normally would.This means having all your homework done and packed away as it normally would be. You should also mentally expect there will be school the next day. Several snow day predictions have been wrong. You don't want to wake up to disappointment or panic because you haven't studied for your math test!
- If school is cancelled, then you are in for a surprise! It makes the fun even better. Even if it's not cancelled, you can do your research and be the first to know about the next big snowstorm to hit your town!
Checking the Morning Before School
Check your local news.Right when you wake up you should check the news affiliate's website for school delays and cancellations. They should have an accurate list that will normally be refreshed every few minutes for updated information.
- You could alternatively turn on the local news. Near the bottom of the screen they’ll show school cancellations and delays based off county districts.
- If you attend a private school, your school information may not be listed on the news.
- Check this site for information: http://www.cancellations.com/
Check with your school.Many schools will send out an automated phone call or email to all student’s homes. If your school does not do this, you can call the school directly or go to its website. Your school should have a inclement weather hotline you can refer to.
Ask your peers.If you’re not able to get a clear answer, call a friend and ask them if they know any information. Do not call them too early in the morning.
- Make sure you can trust your friend. It’d be unfortunate for you to find out school’s cancelled when it isn’t.
Listen to a local radio station.Some local radio stations include delay and cancellation information for schools. Survey through your stations until you get the local news station. You probably won’t hear about school delays from your classic rock station.
Go to school.If all else fails, get ready and go to school like you would on a normal day. If the parking lot is empty, doors are locked etc, then school is most likely closed. Even if your school is open, there is always a chance that you will be sent home early due to inclement weather.
- If you weren’t able to get a clear answer, you probably have to go to school.
- Be aware that too much cancellation could result in the extension of the school year. While the weather is obviously out of your control, your school may not close for minor weather events if it has already been closed several times in recent months.
- Snow days are a great time to catch up on studying or any schoolwork/homework you may have!
- If your school has a social media account (such as Twitter or Instagram) then check it. They might have posted whether school is cancelled.
- Check your school's social media for updates.
- News and radio presenters do not always read out an organized, alphabetical list of school cancellations. It would be best to check online.
- If you decide not to go to school, make sure it is canceled first.
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