Darien Public Schools will close early Tuesday because of expected snow. The Board of Education is also canceling its meeting scheduled for tonight, and some Darien YMCA events are cancelled, others are still scheduled.
This article will be updated as more information comes in.
Stamford and Norwalk schools are also closing early, according to the WFSB-TV website, which has the most extensive list of weather closings from around the state.
Darien Public Schools announcement
Here’s the school district’s announcement:
Due to a recent change in the weather forecast, a decision has been made for an early afternoon dismissal for today, February 23, 2016. All afternoon activities are cancelled. The Board of Education meeting scheduled for tonight is cancelled.
Information on dismissal is listed below.
AFTERNOON EMERGENCY DISMISSAL SCHEDULE FOR WEATHER RELATED EMERGENCIES
(decision made by 11:20 a.m.)
Darien High School: 12:20 p.m.
Middlesex Middle School: 12:30 p.m.
Hindley, Royle, Tokeneke: 1:00 p.m. all students including kindergartners
Holmes, Ox Ridge: 1:25 p.m. all students including kindergartners
FOR Early Learning Program (ELP) ONLY: ELP students at Ox Ridge, Royle, and Tokeneke will be dismissed at 12 p.m.
Darien YMCA announcement
Here’s the Darien YMCA’s announcement:
Due to the weather, Holly Pond Nursery School will be closing at 1:00PM. Lunch Bunch will run until 1:00PM, and Enrichment is still on as scheduled. Afternoon Holly Care and Kid’s Club are cancelled.
Sports Dept. Update:
All baseball clinics at McGuane Field are ON as scheduled
All house basketball playoff games at Darien YMCA are ON as scheduled
All futsal classes at Royle and Tokeneke are cancelled
All travel basketball practices at Middlesex are cancelled
All other youth programs are on as scheduled.
Please continue to check our website, or our phone message at (203) 655-8228, for further updates.
- Darien Arts Center announces: “ALL DAC CLASSES ARE ON THEIR NORMAL SCHEDULE. PLEASE CHECK BACK HERE FOR ANY CHANGES. PRIVATE MUSIC STUDENTS SHOULD CONTACT THEIR TEACHER DIRECTLY.”