Some school districts close through Dec. 1st

HAMBURG, N.Y. (WIVB) – Some local school districts are not opening this week, after an arctic blast pummeled the region last week. Hamburg, Orchard Park and West Seneca Central Schools are closed until December 1st.

HAMBURG:

Hamburg Central Schools will remain closed through Dec. 1, because of weather-related issues. December 22nd and 23rd are added to the calendar as student attendance days.

Changes-  District schools and offices remain closed until December 1st, Events, activities, continuing education classes cancelled until December 1st, December 22nd & December 23rd added as attendance days, Thanksgiving Dinner Drive rescheduled as Holiday Dinner Drive – December 15th.

FRONTIER: 

Frontier will remain closed through Dec. 1. Engineers will inspect school buildings to ensure their safety.

WEST SENECA:

West Seneca Schools are closed until December 1st. All associated school activities are canceled as well, this including community education programs, athletic practices and contests and music rehearsals and performances.

ORCHARD PARK:

Orchard Park Schools closed until December 1st. The cancellation for the week of November 23-30 includes all activities, events, practices or rehearsals.

SCHOOLS CLOSE FOR ONE ADDITIONAL DAY: 

Buffalo Public Schools announced a ONE day extension on their closings for Monday, Nov. 24.

Depew schools announced a ONE day extension on their closings for Monday, Nov. 24.

Lake Shore schools announced a ONE day extension on their closings for Monday, Nov. 24.

Lancaster schools announced a ONE day extension on their closings for Monday, Nov. 24.

Cheektowaga Central schools announced a ONE day extension on their closings for Monday, Nov. 24.

Cheektowaga Sloan schools announced a ONE day extension on their closings for Monday, Nov. 24.

New Creation Fellowship Academy announced a ONE day extension on their closings for Monday, Nov. 24.

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Colleges:

Erie County Community College cancelled all classes through Tuesday, Nov. 25. ECC’s North Campus is serving as a state resource staging area for flood aid.

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