Families with school-aged children are very familiar withthe snow day process, but, implementing a 2-Hour Delayed Start is a new experience for many. A 2-Hour Delayed Start would only be used on mornings where temperatures and/or wind chills are -19 degrees or colder and are expected to rise by mid-morning. These extreme temperatures are dangerous for students waiting at bus stops or walking to school. A 2-Hour Delayed Start will not be used in the event of heavy snow or hazardous road conditions.

In the event that a 2-Hour Delayed Start is needed:

a. Buses will run their regular routes, just two hours later.
b. The school day for grades K-8 will run from 9:30 am to 2:21 pm.
c. All half-day morning classes (We Threes, AM Pre-K, K-Prep and 2+1) will be canceled.

d. PM Pre-K classes will be held as scheduled. There are several information options available to parents should weather conditions or other circumstances warrant a delay, a closing or canceling of school, or if the day is cut short after it has already begun and the children are being sent home early.

Parents will be notified of such emergency closings by the following radio and television stations:

There are several information options available to parents should weather conditions or other circumstances warrant a closing or canceling of school, or if the day is cut short after it has already begun and the children are being sent home early. Parents will be notified of such emergency closings by the following radio and television stations:

Listen or look for “St. Robert School” and/or “Flushing Community Schools”:

WJRT (Channel 12), WEYI (Channel 25), WNEM (Channel 5), WSMH (Channel 66), WWCK (105.5), WCRZ (107.9) or call the Flushing Community Schools Record ed Message Line (810) 591-1195

Please do not call the school unless it is absolutely necessary. The school telephone lines must be reserved for school use.

School closings ARE NOT posted on this website.