2022-2023 Inclement Weather Procedures
2022-2023 Snow Route Information
Updated on 1/24/2023
Snow Day #1: If school is canceled due to inclement weather on or before January 31, the district will make that day up with in-seat education on February 20th (Presidents Day).
Snow Days #2, 3, 4, 5, 6: AMI (Alternative Method Instruction) Days. When school is not able to be in session due to inclement weather, the district will announce that we are having an AMI Day.
Pre-K - 5th grade: AMI Packets (Blizzard Bags) sent home previously
General education teachers will be available for 2 hours via videoconferencing to answer questions and provide feedback.
6th - 12th grade:
Teachers will post assignments through Google Classroom or email and students will complete them through Google Classroom or Edulastic.
Teachers will dedicate 2 hours to meeting with students via Zoom or Google Meet to answer questions. Teachers will post office hours (2 hours per day) to be available for answering questions via email.
Middle School Teacher Links and AMI Office Hours
High School Teacher Links and AMI Office Hours
Attendance will be taken on AMI days, so participation is necessary.
Snow Days #7 and beyond: May be added on to the end of the calendar starting with May 30, 31, and June 1.
Weather Guidelines for Recess
Cold Weather Guidelines for Elementary
It is the elementary school’s procedure that during cold weather, the decision for outside recess and activities will be based on weather as listed on the Accuweather website (www.accuweather.com) for Wright City, Mo. If the air temperature or “feels like” temperature is at or below 25°F, no outdoor activities or outdoor recess will be held. Indoor recess will be available to students.
Extremely cold weather can be very dangerous. Parents and guardians should be certain that their children are appropriately clothed with mittens, hats, coats, etc., so they can be comfortable both inside and outside. Most days your student will be going outside for some period of time either at recess or traveling to/from school.
Heat Advisory Guidelines for Elementary
A primary focus of our teachers and staff is to ensure that we provide our children with a safe and caring learning environment during school and while traveling to and from school. Consistent with this commitment, we have established the following procedures to safeguard elementary students that aligns with the MSHSAA recommendations for heat/humidity levels. Outdoor activities and outdoor recess will be indoors when the wet bulb globe thermometer reads 90 or higher on the heat bulb device.
Please take special precautions on extremely hot days including dressing your children in lightweight clothing, limiting outdoor activity and drinking plenty of fluids. We look forward to a safe and healthy school year.