Boardman is updating its traditional "snow day" policy. When buildings are closed for severe weather our goal is to allow all students to continue learning virtually.
We will still aim to give parents as much advance warning as possible before closing buildings to in-person instruction. We look at weather forecasts and monitor road conditions
We will communicate a "remote learning" snow day via REMIND, on our Website and through local media and social media channels.
- When snow and severe weather is forecast in advance-- part of each school's routine will be to remind students to take their devices and learning materials home so that they may easily switch to a remote learning day.
- In a case of an unexpected storm or quickly changing situation--there may be a need for the traditional "Snow Day" with no remote learning. That would also be communicated clearly via REMIND, school website, and through the local news media channels.