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Emergency Closings and Delays

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When the Schoharie Central School district is forced to close or delay school, or plans to dismiss students early due to emergency situations, such as severe weather conditions or problems in one of our schools, that information is reported here. Closing and delay announcements are also made on local news stations.

On days when school for students is canceled due to difficult or dangerous weather conditions, out of district transportation is also canceled. In general, when school is closed during the day, all afternoon and evening functions are also canceled.

We strongly encourage students and parents to sign-up for email notifications through our School News Notifier (SNN) system. To sign up, simply click on the SNN icon in the right margin of the District's homepage (www.schoharieschools.org) and create a profile. Users can choose to receive some or all types of alerts including text messages to their cell phone, and can unsubscribe at any time. Again, please see our homepage for more detailed information about this service.

 Please note that SNN and text messaes can be delayed due to situations beyond the district's control. Delays can occur dbecause of the volume of closing notifications sent over SNN, precautions put in place by email servers or issues with cellular carriers. Therefore, it is best to rely on more than one source of information for weather-related announcements.

 

 

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