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Two-Hour Delayed Opening For Pat-Med Schools Tuesday

Several morning-only programs such as breakfast, morning Pre-K and morning child care are canceled Tuesday.

Patchouge-Medford School District has announced a two-hour delayed opening Tuesday.

According to the announcement, students who ride the bus should report two hours later than normal. Students who do not should report to school two hours later than normal. High school and middle school students will have an abbreviated schedule and will report to first period on arrival, and elementary school students will attend their regular classroom. Dismissal will be at the normal time.

Breakfast will be canceled, while lunch will be served with possible time adjustments.

Morning career tech BOCES for high school students is canceled, and affected students should report to the library. Morning PASS, Session 1, at the high school is also canceled.

Morning Pre-K and child care is canceled, while afternoon child care will run.

Teachers, clerical and a.m. aides are asked to report two hours later than normal, and p.m. aides should report at regular time.

All custodial/maintenance employees are being asked to report at their regular time.
Maria Harrison January 06, 2014 at 06:51 PM
Anyone know why?
Michael Sorrentino January 06, 2014 at 07:18 PM
Likely the impending weather. Sachem is also on two-hour delay and they cited that reason.
the baby January 07, 2014 at 08:28 AM
c'mon. Too cold for school? My Mom would have had us at that bus stop no matter what.
Patchogue Snoop January 08, 2014 at 07:57 AM
Yup, or made us walk five miles to school!!! LOL Sleep in teachers, you can be late too!!

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