SCCPSS Schools to open on a One-Hour Delay Friday, Feb. 20, 2015
School Start Delayed by One-Hour for Students - (Buses will Operate on a One-Hour Delay)
Based on information from local weather broadcasters and the Chatham Emergency Management Agency calling for continued extreme cold associated with wind chill temperatures as low as 14 degrees during the morning hours, all Savannah-Chatham County Schools will open on a one-hour delay on Friday, February 20, 2015. All schools will dismiss at their normal dismissal time and all after-school athletic and extra-curricular activities will remain as planned unless otherwise notified by your school.
Parents who wish to drop their children off at school at their regular school start time may do so.
***All SCCPSS Employees are expected to report to work at their regularly scheduled time, unless advised differently by your supervisor.
Savannah-Chatham Public Schools bus up to 24,000 students to and from school each day, and with the continued low temperatures that are predicted tomorrow morning, the start time for tomorrow's school day will be delayed. Buses will operate on a one-hour delay for all morning routes.
**Part time students who attend the Woodville Tompkins Technical and Career High School for morning sessions will remain at their home high school campus.
Please make sure to check our website at www.sccpss.com for updates.