School Closings Weather?

Worcester and several other school districts in Central Massachusetts have canceled school today because of the wintry weather.

A mix of snow and sleet hit the state early this morning, with the National Weather Service reporting heavy wind gusts in some areas.

Is there a list of all the school closings caused by the weather?

asked by Yasmin in Weather | 3034 views | 12-09-2009 at 02:19 PM

Below is the complete list of school closings and delays for Wednesday, December 9, 2009 caused by weather. I'll update the list as soon as I find out of new school closings.

Academy our lady good counsel: 1 3/4 hour delay
Assumtion Academy: 2 hour delay
Calais School: CLOSED
Cedar Grove TWP SD: 1 1/2 hour delay
Chancellor Academy: 2 Hour Delay
Christian Heritage School: CLOSED
Clarkstown CSD: CLOSED
Clearview School Day Treatment: 2 hour delay
Cornwall CSD: CLOSED
Emmanuel Children’s Mission: 1 hour delay
Faith Christian Academy: CLOSED
Gerrard Berman Solomon Schechter: 2 hour delay
Harmony Christian School: CLOSED
Hopatcong Boro SD: CLOSED
Jefferson Twp SD: 1 3/4 hour delay
KatonaH-Lewisboro UFSC: CLOSED
Lakeland CSD: CLOSED
Lenape Valley Reg HSD: CLOSED
Maimonides Academy: CLOSED
Maria Regina High School: 2 hour delay
Mountain Lakes SD: 1 1/2 hour delay
Nanuet UFSD: 2 hour delay
Newburgh City SD: CLOSED
North Hunterdon/Voorhees Reg HSD: 2 hour delay
NY School For The Deaf: CLOSED
Nyack UFSD: 2 hour delay
Oak Knoll School Of The Holy Child: 2 hour delay
Our Lady Of Good Counsel Elem.: 2 hour delay
Our Lady Of Victory Academy: 2 hour delay
Peekskill City SD: 2 hour delay;
Peekskill Middle School: CLOSED

Source: School Closings and Delays List Due To Winter Weather In Tri-State

answered by Jayce | 12-09-2009 at 02:22 PM

School closings are as much a part of winter as Jack Frost himself, and itís a fact that University of Wisconsin-Madison students know all too well. According to the UW-Madison Web site, Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle ordered school cancellations of all state schools, as well as the closings of federal buildings, as a response to a severe blizzard currently hammering the state. Campus students who havenít had a snow day since elementary school are no doubt rejoicing at the news.

answered by Mindy | 12-09-2009 at 06:14 PM

The National Centers for Environmental Prediction called it a "significant winter storm" -- never mind that the winter solstice is still 12 days away. Over the last three days, it said, there have been 17 inches of snow in Madison, Wisc., and 15 inches in Winterset, Iowa.

answered by Steven | 12-09-2009 at 06:15 PM

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