Emergency, Unscheduled and Snow Closures
In the event of an unscheduled school closure caused by snow, emergency, or extraordinary circumstances an alert announcing the effected schools will display at the top of the district website and school websites. Current information on school closures or threats of closures due to external conditions is also available:
- On the District and School websites
- On Facebook and Twitter
- On media outlets such as CKNW, City News1130, 170.1 Country, CBC Radio, 107.7 Pulse Radio
- By phone at 604-534-7891
School Status Info During Inclement Weather
Information About School Status During Inclement Weather Snow closures and power outages are an annual occurrence in Langley School District. So, where do you go to get information about the status of schools during periods of inclement weather?
If you are able to access the internet via computer or smartphone, current information about Langley schools can be accessed on all school websites or www.sd35.bc.ca. Updates are also posted to Twitter and Facebook.
If you don’t have internet connectivity but your phone is working, call a relative or friend in an area that has not been affected by the storm and ask them to check the district website for you. Local radio stations are also informed of school status in Langley. Tune in to CKWX 1130AM, CKNW 980AM, Country Radio 107.1FM, Pulse 107.7 or CBC 690AM or 88.1FM for updates.
Please note that Langley District schools are all considered ‘open’ until a decision to close is required. Decisions on school closures are usually made by 6:30am. As always, it is a parent’s decision whether to send their child to school based on safety and individual circumstances. If you feel it is unsafe for you or your child to travel to or attend an open school for any reason, please keep your child home and report an absence to the school.