Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Oak Lawn Emergency Closings and Early Dismissals

The National Weather Service has issued a blizzard warning for the Chicago region starting Tuesday afternoon, with snow accumulations up to 18 inches. Oak Lawn Patch will update emergency and school closings during the snow emergency.
We'll watch the news crawl so you don't have to.
Richards High School Closes Early, Re-schedules Registration
Dist. 218 has rescheduled registration for incoming freshmen at Richards High School until next week.
Registration has been canceled for Feb. 1 and 3.
The new registration dates, times and guidelines are as follows:
Monday, Feb. 7, 5 to 7 p.m., students living in ZIP Coded 60453.
Tuesday, Feb. 8, 5 to 7 p.m., students living in ZIP codes 60415, 60803,60827, and 60472.

Parents must bring proof of residency and students’ birth certificates to registration.
Richards High School will dismiss classes early at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 1.
School Closing Information
Check back here often  for information about school closings for local public and private schools. As of Monday evening, these schools were still planning to be open on Tuesday, Feb. 1.

Oak Lawn Community High School Dist. 229 will post school closings and/or alternate bell schedules on its website at olchs.org.
Parents who've signed up for the Honeywell Instant Alert System will receive a phone call, text or e-mail regarding school closings and alternative bell schedules. Click here to update links.
OLCHS school closings and alternate bell schedules will also be posted at the Emergency Closing Center at www.emergencyclosingcenter.com.
Emergency school closings due to weather conditions, power failures or other unforeseeable events will be broadcast on AM radio stations 670, 720, 780 and 890; FM radio stations 94.7, 96.3 and 99.5; and TV stations Fox32 and WGN Ch. 9.
School closings will also be announced on WGN 720 AM and WBBM 780 AM and TV Channel 2 CBS; Channel 5 NBC; Channel 7 ABC, Channel 9 WGN and Channel WFLD/Fox.

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