As part of this commitment, Carmel Central School District is introducing the AudioEye toolbar. This feature will provide a comprehensive set of tools enabling our website visitors the ability to experience interfaces that are most accessible and usable to their needs. Look for the toolbar on August 1, 2018. Please see the Carmel Central School District's Website Accessibility Statement and click here to learn more about AudioEye.
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CLOSINGS & CANCELLATIONS ANNOUNCED ON THE FOLLOWING...
Radio stations: WHUD (100.7 FM; 1420 AM) WSPK/WBNR (104.7 FM; 1260 AM) WXPK The Peak (107.1 FM) WBPM (92.9 FM) WPDH/WPDA (101.5 and 106.1 FM) WRRV/WRRB (92.7 FM and 96.9 FM) WCZX (97.7 FM) WZAB (97.3 FM) WKXP (94.3 FM) WRRV (96.9 FM) WBPM (92.9 FM) K104.7 FM Fox Radio (96.7 FM, 103.1 FM) WGNY (98.9 FM) Drive FX (95.7, 94.1 FM)
Spanish: La Buena 92.7 FM
TV Fox 5, Ch. 5 WWOR, Ch. 9 WABC, Ch. 7 WRNN, Ch. 12 WNBC, Ch. 4
Telephone - Each school building and the District Office will have a recorded message.
As you are aware, during the winter months, morning road conditions may cause school delays. When this occurs, a three-hour delayed opening has been added as an additional option. The Superintendent of Schools will make the decision to call a two-hour, a three-hour or cancellation of school for the day. Options are as follows:
Two-hour delayed opening— All schools open two (2) hours later than the regular time.
Three-hour delayed opening—All schools open three (3) hours later than the regular time.
Should the weather worsen as the morning progresses, school may be canceled for the day.
Parents/guardians will be notified of school delays and cancelations by our automated calling system. Calls may begin as early as 5:30 a.m. In addition, announcements will be posted on the District website, Facebook page, Twitter account and mobile app, as well as local radio and television stations (see below). A message will be recorded on the District Office and school building phone lines.