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Snow Day/Bad Weather Guidelines at Eagle Academy



As we head into the winter months, we want to outline the procedures for snow days:

  • Delayed starts DO NOT apply to Eagle Academy because we start later in the day and most traffic and safety issues are solved by then.​
  • When the Highlands Ranch area schools have a snow day, Eagle Academy also has a snow day.
  • When the "after school activities" are cancelled, Eagle Academy's classes are also cancelled.
  • When Eagle Academy is closed, you will find out in four ways: by dialing our main number 303 387 2700, if we have a snow day, the answering system will say so.  By checking your email because we will send out a mass email as soon as we know . People who opted to receive text messages will receive a text message, and by checking the main page of the district website www.dcsdk12.org, where the school closures are listed.
  • Sometimes the weather gets very bad after we are at school.  If a decision is made to dismiss school early, you will  get an email as soon as the decision is made.
December 19, 2014 | By gbattaglioli | Category: Eagle Academy

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