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  • Writer's pictureJennifer Flewelling

March 15, 2023 2 hour Delay

March 14, 2023

Good Evening,

Currently all district schools have power and we are hopeful that remains the case throughout the evening hours. There are high snow accumulations throughout the district with several more hours of snowfall to go. In order to do the best job clearing the snow from walkways, parking lots, and bus loops we will run a two hour delay tomorrow morning (Wednesday, March 15, 2023). For those of you new to the district, a two hour delay means that everything in the morning is bumped by two hours. For example, if your student is typically picked up at 7:15am, plan for two hours later, at 9:15am. That said, please be sure to have your student outside a bit earlier than pick up time. MSAD #60 drivers will take their time on the roadways but by having students out early it will assist in cutting down some wait time. Please be aware that a two hour delay counts as a student day. Please also be aware that we need to continue to monitor roadways and power throughout the district as we get closer to the morning. Should anything change we will send out notification.

Thank you,

Audra Beauvais

Superintendent of Schools


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