Berkshire County School Closings For Monday, January 23, 2023
A winter storm warning remains in effect for Berkshire County on Monday, January 23, 2023.
Snow this morning will transition to snow showers this afternoon. Temps nearly steady in the low to mid 30s. Winds NW at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of snow 100%. Snow accumulating 1 to 3 inches.
CLOSING AND CANCELLATIONS:
|18 Degrees||Closed, All Childcare & Kids Club Programs Closed|
|Adams-Cheshire Regional SD||Closed|
|BArT Charter Public School||Closed|
|Berkshire Community College||Closed, Classes Cancelled|
Due to the inclement weather for Monday, January 23, 2023, day and evening classes at Berkshire Community College are canceled.
|Berkshire Hills Regional SD||Closed|
|Berkshire Montessori School||Closed|
|Berkshire Waldorf School||Delayed 2 Hrs|
|Boys & Girls Club of the Berkshires||Closed|
|Central Berkshire Regional SD||Closed|
|Elder Services of Berkshire County||Closed, No Congregate or home delivered meals Agency is Open|
|Emma L. Miller Memorial School||Closed|
|Gabriel Abbott Memorial School||Closed|
|Gladys Allen Brigham Com Ctr||Closing Early 3p, Day Care Open, No evening programs|
|Hancock Regional SD||Closed|
|Head Start @ Brayton||Closed|
|Head Start @ Conte||Closed|
|Head Start @ Meadow Lane Pittsfield||Delayed 2 Hrs, No Trans|
|Head Start @ Muddy Brook - GB||Delayed 2 Hrs, No Trans|
|Head Start @ Taconic||Delayed 2 Hrs, No Trans|
|Head Start @ UCP - Curran HWY||Closed|
|Mass. College of Liberal Arts||Closed|
Due to the winter storm, MCLA will be closed on Monday January 23rd.
|Mildred Elley (Pittsfield)||Closed, Pittsfield Campus Closed. Remote classes will run staff work remotely|
Pittsfield Campus will be closed. Virtual classes will run as scheduled. staff and faculty will work remotely.
|Mount Greylock Regional SD||Closed|
|North Adams Public Schools||Closed|
|Pine Cobble School||Closed|
|Pittsfield Public Schools||Closed|
|Southern Berkshire Regional SD||Closed, No After Sch Events|
|Williams College||Closed, Admin Offices open at 10am Children's Ctr at 9:30|
Information courtesy of cbs6albany.com
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