Snow was falling across much of the Tri-State area early Wednesday and many Bergen County schools are observing delayed openings to allow municipal crews to plow and salt roads.
Both Wyckoff and Franklin Lakes schools are pushing back the start of classes.
In Wyckoff, all schools would be pushed back 90 minutes later than usual, with schools opening 15 minutes prior to those start times. Eisenhower will start at 9:30 a.m. and the elementary schools would begin at 10:10 a.m.
In Franklin Lakes, Franklin Avenue Middle School would open at 9:35 a.m., and the other K-8 schools would open at 10:20 a.m., with all zero period classes being canceled.
Ramapo and Indian Hills high schools are also on 90-minute delays.
Statements posted on the school websites early Wednesday morning are here:
Due to the inclement weather, all Wyckoff Schools will observe a 90 minute delayed opening. All K-8 students should report to their bus stops and/or schools 90 minutes after their usual reporting time. Eisenhower's starting time is 9:30 and the elementary starting time is 10:10am. Morning PreK should report at 10:10 am and afternoon classes should report at their regular times. All before school activities are canceled. As always, schools will be open 15 minutes prior to their start times. Please refer to the District homepage if there are any questions about reporting times. Thank you.
SCHOOL WILL BE ON A 90-MINUTE DELAYED OPENING TODAY, January 16, 2013. FAMS will open at 9:35 AM. HMR, WAS and CRS will open at 10:20 AM. Buses will pick up 90 minutes later than usual. ALL zero period classes are canceled. Teachers are expected to report 15 minutes before the student start time.
Due to inclement weather, there will be a delayed opening at the high schools. All students and staff should report to school 90 minutes after the normal start time.
If students are bussed to school, the bus pick up time will be 90 minutes after the normal pick up time.
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