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    The time for inclement weather is upon us and we would like to remind everyone of the district’s protocol for weather-related closings and delays (visit the district webpage and/or Facebook page for weather related closings).  In addition, we continue to utilize local media channels to announce delayed openings and closings.

    If school is closed, due to inclement weather, the day is a non-instructional day, whether or not your child is learning remotely. Students are not expected to login to the classrooms, and will not be assigned additional classwork on snow days (non-instructional days).

    In the event of a delay, elementary school students should log in later than they normally would (depending on the type of delay - two or three hour), and their teachers will adjust their schedule accordingly.

    Middle school and high school students will begin their school day on a delayed schedule (two or three hour), bell schedules can be found on the Emergency Closings and Delays section on each school's webpage of the website.

    Middletown High School
    Monhagen Middle School
    Twin Towers Middle School

    This snow-day plan is fluid and subject to revision.  If there are any changes we will promptly communicate changes/revisions to the school community. Please note, this information regarding delays and closings is connected to the current period of pause.

    Thank you for your support and understanding. Closing school is never an easy decision; however, the safety of our students and staff will always be utmost on our mind.

    When Middletown closes school, delays its opening or closes early:
     This information is shared with the community in a timely fashion through multiple outlets. It is announced through the Infinite Campus Parent Portal, the SchoolMessenger system, the district website and the district's Facebook page, which is titled: "Enlarged City School District of Middletown." It also is shared with the Times Herald-Record newspaper, Spectrum News, along with many other local and New York radio stations. Make sure your household has a plan to accommodate for these situations.

    Closings, delays and early dismissals also are announced on:
     WHCY (106.3 FM), WRWD (107.3 FM), WRWC (1370 AM), WKIP (99.3 FM/1450 AM), WSUL (98.3 FM/95.7 FM), WHUD (100.7 FM), WBNR (1260 AM), WLNA (1420 AM), WSPK (104.7 FM), FOX-5 TV, WABC TV, News 12, WPDH (101.5 FM), WPDA (106.1 FM), WRRV (92.7 FM), WRRB (96.9 FM), Mix/WCZK (97.7 FM), WZAD (97.3 FM), WGNY (103.1 FM/1220 AM), WTSX (96.7 FM), WDLC (1490 AM), WTBQ (1110 AM), WNNJ (103.7 FM), WSUS (102.3 FM), WKXP (94.3 FM), WSUL (98.3 FM/95.7 FM), WVOS (95.9 FM).