CCHS News Room

08 January 2016

Delays, Cancellations & Cyber Days

Winter is finally here!  The following is information regarding school delays and cancellations.  Please read carefully.  If you have any questions you can contact Mrs. Weimer in the main office. 

If we have inclement weather (or other unforeseen reason) that would cause us to delay the start of the school day or cancel the school day in the school building we will notify families by:

–       Posting an announcement on WTOV and WTRF news stations.

–       Sending a parent alert through RenWeb that will go to your selected phone number. 

If you do not see our school posted (Wheeling Central Catholic HS) on WTOV/WTRF or get a parent alert phone call/text from us, school will be in session.  

In the case of a cancellation where students are unable to come to the school building due to inclement weather, CCHS students will have a Cyber School Day.  Please review the attached policy and procedure for Cyber School Days. These Cyber School Days are mandatory and require students to complete and submit work on the day of the cancellation.  We thank you in advance for supporting this effort and helping us promote active learning even when our students are not in the school building.

In the event that we have school and Ohio County does not, there will be no Ohio County buses running.  If Ohio County has a delay and we do not, there will be no morning Ohio County bus transportation.  Parents who are unable to provide transportation or who determine that road conditions are too poor where they live to drive should inform the school by calling 304-233-1660. In this case, the student needs to notify his/her teachers via email to receive missed work.  

**We will not be cancelling school due to cold temperatures (even if the county does).  We will put the safety of our students first, as always, and we trust parents will make the final determination of travel safety to school.  

**Students – please dress appropriately for your commute to school (coats, hats, and gloves).

Thank you for your continued support and patience as we make our way through any delays and cancellations. Let’s all pray for a mild winter season!