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JPII Catholic Schools maintains close communication with local weather agencies, law enforcement, and neighboring school districts in order to make decisions regarding inclement weather. The decision to hold classes or cancel classes is based on the general weather conditions which exist for the majority of our students.

The decision to close school due to weather conditions will be made and communicated in as timely a manner as possible. We strive to make the decision if needed with enough time for parents to make the necessary arrangements for their child. The decision to cancel school or have a late start will be made by 6:00 a.m. The parent notification system will be utilized to communicate the information through sent text messages and phone calls. Notification will also be posted on JPII social media and sent to local media resources. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for immediate notifications @jp2schools.

As always, if you feel it is unsafe for your child to come to school because of your family’s logistics on bad weather days, do not hesitate to make the decision to keep your child home. A parent will need to notify the school that their child may be late or absent. We have students coming from many different areas and you are best positioned to make that determination and we respect your judgment as concerned parents.

If you have further questions or concerns reach out to your school principal.