Snow days are rare at CAL. Because of the vast difference in location of the home high schools, weather may vary. If the student’s home high school declares a two-hour delay, early release, or no school due to weather conditions, the student is not expected to attend CAL. However, all students are expected to attend CAL unless their specific home high school is affected. For example, while Reynolds may declare no school, the other school districts may not. All students from the unaffected school districts will be expected to attend school as usual.
The only exception is when the Gresham-Barlow District declares a two-hour delay, early release, or no school. The Center for Advanced Learning, being within the Gresham-Barlow School District, will act accordingly.
Click here for CAL’s two-hour late start schedule.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If bad weather delays the start of school on an already scheduled LATE START Wednesday, classes will begin at 9:45am at CAL.
Receive emergency school closure information via e-mail
Parents and community members can sign up for notification of any emergency school closures (such as a snow day) by email. There is no cost for this service. It does have a test function when you register to confirm that the message will get past your computer’s spam filters. To register for this notification, log on to the following website www.flashalert.net
The following radio and TV stations will broadcast information about emergency closures.
Once snow routes are called in in the morning, they will remain snow routes in the afternoon, this holds true even if weather and road conditions improve.
AM Radio Stations
750 KXL 910 KFXX 1080 KOTK1190 KEX
(Spanish) 1230 KMUZ
FM Radio Stations
91.5 KOPB 92.3 KGON 94.7 KNRK97.1 KISN 98.7 KUPL 99.5 KWJJ100.3 KKRZ 101.9 KINK 103.3 KKCW 104.1 KFIS 105.1 KRSK106.7 KLHT