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SAISD Schools Delayed Tuesday, October 27 Due to Weather

Due to a winter weather advisory issued by the National Weather Service and anticipated icy weather conditions on bridges and overpasses, San Angelo ISD will be operating on a 2-hour delayed schedule tomorrow, October, 27, 2020 for the safety of our students and staff. Buses will run two hours later from their normal pick up time. 

Additional details:

  • Elementary school students should report to their normal classroom. 
  • Middle school students should report to their first period classroom as they will operate on a compressed schedule. This means students will go to all classes but for a shorter period of time. Virtual Academy students in middle school who participate in on-campus extracurricular activities will receive additional details directly from their school.
  • High school students should report to their 3rd period classroom as they will begin with that class period. Virtual Academy students in high school who participate in on-campus extracurricular activities will only need to report to campus for the activities if they occur at 3rd period or after on a regular school day. Any activities regularly scheduled during 1st and 2nd period will be cancelled for the day.

We will continue to monitor the weather overnight and throughout the morning. If weather conditions necessitate further changes to the schedule, we will communicate that in the morning. 

SAISD has been in constant contact with the National Weather Service, TxDOT, the Department of Public Safety, and other local agencies. In addition, SAISD crews will begin driving the roads tomorrow morning at 4:00 a.m. to assess driving conditions. 

It is important to note that decisions made regarding school delays and/or closures are not based on temperature, but icy road conditions that make travel dangerous. 

For answers to frequently asked questions about weather-related closures and delays, please visit: https://www.saisd.org/weather.

Continue to check our website, Facebook, Twitter, or local media channels for further weather related updates.