We are still monitoring the weather situation for Monday. We should have a definitive decision tomorrow evening, early Sunday at latest. Thanks. 😊
In the event power will be an issue tomorrow (12/13/2017), we will do everything we can to give you plenty of notice. Please understand that should something happen overnight, we won’t know until morning, but we will let you know as early as we possibly can. This also applies to any other unexpected event we are not anticipating :-/
Also, thanks for the quick pick up today 🙂
At this time, we plan to be open tomorrow. However, if you are still affected by a power outage, or do not have water, or find road conditions on secondary roads are still not safe, please do not hesitate to stay home.
In the event conditions should change, we will keep you informed.
UPDATE 2:50 PM: With the rain this afternoon, probably turning into a wintery mix through the night, and temperatures dropping throughout the day tomorrow, in the interest of safety for the students and families, we will not have school tomorrow.
10:53 AM: We are aware of the possibility of snow tomorrow and are monitoring the situation. We will know by dismissal today whether or not we will have school tomorrow.
We hope all of you have weathered the storm with minimal damage.
Things are looking good right now in Acworth. We don’t have any major road blockages and did not lose power. We plan to be open with a regular schedule tomorrow, Wednesday, September 13. Continue reading “Storm Update”
Though Irma should be well past us Tuesday morning, the likelihood of power outages and roads blocked because of fallen trees is very high, and very possibly worse for some families than others. Continue reading “School Closed”
We will be closed Monday, September 11 as a result of the potential impact of Hurricane Irma. Continue reading “School Closed”
We are closely monitoring the weather situation with hurricane Irma and will keep you notified of any information as we are able. Please bear in mind that the information is only as accurate as we know at the time. Things can change quickly, so always go with what The Weather Channel and news outlets are reporting. Continue reading “Hurricane Irma Update”