Closing school is one of the most difficult decisions districts have to make. While we want our students in school and ready to learn each day, the reality is that we live in upstate New York and the weather can change very quickly.
With the winter months comes an increased focus on student safety, and there are days when we must cancel after school activities or even close school because of unsafe road conditions. Please know that these decisions are made very carefully, and only after consulting weather resources, local highway superintendents, our transportation supervisor, and area school administrators.
In the event of a closing or a cancellation, the District will send out a Connect-Ed Parent Notification on our phone system, and we will post information on the school homepage. In addition, the information will also be communicated via Rochester TV stations (R News, Channels 8, 10, and 13) as well as local radio stations.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns regarding our school closing and cancellation procedures.
Kevin Swartz, Superintendent
Closings (updated every 60 seconds by Channel 13 WHAM)