As we enter winter, we are prepared for how we will respond in the event of a school closure due to a weather emergency. Early morning weather announcements are sent via the website, social media, the district app, and phone calls. In the event of a school closure, the initial two weather emergency days in the academic calendar will follow the traditional "snow-day" approach, with schools being closed and no instruction occurring. However, beginning with the third weather emergency day (if needed), and for subsequent occurrences, we will implement a remote instructional model for the day. The remote instructional schedules are below for each academic level, featuring synchronous instruction—wherein the teaching will be conducted live with the guidance of the teacher.