New York City public schools will be closed on Monday as snow is expected, Mayor Bill de Blasio said.
The latest forecasts show 4 to 9 inches of snow are expected in the city, according to the latest forecasts from the state.
“A winter weather warning is in effect from this afternoon until tomorrow morning and we could see as much as 9 inches of snow across the city,” Mayor Bill de Blasio tweeted.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo urged New Yorkers to prepare for potentially dangerous travel conditions.
“Extreme weather is the new norm, and we have another anticipated snow event that is expected to impact most of the state tonight,” Cuomo said. “We have learned from experience that it is better to be over-prepared in these situations – if you’re not prepared before the storm, it is too late.”
Crown Heights school closures:
Due to inclement weather reports and expectation of up to 9 inches of snow overnight the following schedule changes have been made for tomorrow Monday 27 Adar Aleph, March 4.
Classes have been cancelled for preschool (667 and 407 sites) and Pre1A.
Grades 1-8 will begin @ 9:00 for davening and classes. Talmidim should use caution walking to yeshiva.
There will be NO bus transportation for both morning run.
Transportation will be provided for way home.
Updated dismissal time and information will be recorded @ 11:00 a.m. – please call the yeshiva (718-778-3340) to hear new recording.
Bais Rivkah grades 1-8 will begin at 10 am
At 12 pm a robocall will inform of dismissal time.
The school phones will be updated then as well so parents can call in for further information.
Lubavitch Yeshiva Crown Street
Preschool and Pre 1A closed.
Grades 1-8 will have regular classes.
There will be no transportation.
— Mayor Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) March 3, 2019