Stillwater Area Public Schools is planning for early release from class Monday in anticipation of a dumping of snow.
“Due to heavy snowfall expected to occur throughout the day on Monday, we are anticipating that students will be released from school early and all evening activities will be canceled on Jan. 22,” a post on the district’s website reads.
“At this time, we are planning for the school day to begin at the normal time, but buses will depart for afternoon routes at 12:35 p.m. for middle and high school students, and at 2 p.m. for elementary students.
We will continue to monitor the weather overnight, and if we feel conditions are unsafe for morning travel we will notify families of further scheduling changes as early as possible.
With an early release, all after-school activities and evening events and meetings will also be canceled. Adventure Club will remain open until all children regularly enrolled in the program have been picked up.”
River Grove will also be releasing students early tomorrow.
Students will be released at 2 p.m.
“At this time, we are planning for the school day to begin at the normal time of 9 a.m.,” a message to River Grove families reads. “However, if the weather changes significantly, plans may change. Please check your email and social media. We will update you the best we can.”
Both Student Advisory Council and Ski/Snowshoe Club will be canceled for Monday, Jan 22.