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Winter Weather Information


Here is some key information families need to know:


When hazardous weather is a concern, decisions regarding schedule changes are made in the early morning, before school, when current weather conditions can be assessed. We follow the 4J District's lead for delays and closures. However, if they choose not to close, we may assess our area, and make our own decision.


Our main concern is the safety of our students and staff. We also believe students and families are best served when schools are open. We will always do our best to make the best decision possible, taking into account all of the factors.

If there is a change in the school schedule, it will be announced normally before 6:30 a.m., by phone and email message.


NO NEWS = NO CHANGE. If there is a change in the school schedule due to inclement weather, we will announce the change. 


LTD buses may also be delayed or detoured when there is ice or snow on the ground. Detour information will be posted on the LTD website,, and publicized to local news media.


Delayed Starts and Early Dismissal: We generally will avoid delayed starts and early dismissal due to weather. However, it is possible that unpredictable or sudden weather conditions will require such a decision to be made. Delayed start times will not alter school dismissal times.


Parent Choice: On any day when inclement weather is a concern and school is in session, families are encouraged to consider road conditions in their areas and make their own decisions based on safety. Please call the office if your child will be absent. Parents’ individual decisions about school attendance for this reason will be honored.


*Be aware: It is impossible to guarantee phone and email message delivery 100% of the time, and your alert may be delayed or blocked. If you are concerned about the weather and have not received a text alert by 6:30 a.m., check the 4J website, radio or TV for information about closures and delays and then check our website. At times, our lot and incoming roads are untenable and we may need to call a delay or closure when 4j does not. 

Responding to Unhealthy AQI

Air Quality Index

When the Air Quality Index (AQI) goes above 150 we will close windows and doors in classrooms and recess will take place inside. Turning on our two air filters will refresh the air as efficiently as open windows and doors.

See our AQI policy here.

Click here for our AQI index on

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