Live 95.9 School Closings For Wednesday, March 15, 2023
Winter Storm Sage is relentless! More snow fell overnight prompting most schools to close again today.
Berkshire County Forecast:
Wednesday: Snow this morning will taper off and give way to cloudy skies this afternoon. High around 35F. Winds NW at 15 to 25 mph. Chance of snow 80%. Snow accumulations less than one inch. Higher wind gusts possible.
Wednesday night: Some clouds this evening will give way to mainly clear skies overnight. Low 22F. Winds NW at 10 to 20 mph.
Live 95.9 School Closings and Delays:
|18 Degrees||Delayed, No Transportation, Child care will open at 9 a No transportation School age care closed|
All school based care is closed - redfield and west street centers will Open at 9am - no transportation
|Adams-Cheshire Regional SD||Closed|
|BArT Charter Public School||Closed|
|Berkshire Community College||Closed|
Due to the storm's impact, Berkshire Community College will be closed on Weds., March 15, 2023 and will reopen on Thurs., March 16, 2023.
|Berkshire Hills Regional SD||Closed|
|Berkshire Waldorf School||Delayed 2 Hrs, Wednesday, March 15|
|Central Berkshire Regional SD||Closed|
|CRT Cabulance||Closed, For DDS, MRC and Pathways transportation only|
|Emma L. Miller Memorial School||Closed, Tuesday|
|Farmington River Regional SD||Closed|
|Gabriel Abbott Memorial School||Closed|
|Gladys Allen Brigham Com Ctr||Delayed 1-1/2 Hrs, Center Opens 9:30am|
|Hancock Regional SD||Delayed 2 Hrs|
|Head Start @ Brayton||Closed|
|Head Start @ Conte||Closed|
|Head Start @ Meadow Lane Pittsfield||Closed|
|Head Start @ Muddy Brook - GB||Closed|
|Head Start @ Taconic||Closed|
|Head Start @ UCP - Curran HWY||Closed|
|Lee Public Schools||Closed|
|Lenox Public Schools||Closed|
|Mass. College of Liberal Arts||Closed|
Due to inclement weather MCLA will be closed 3/15/23. Any scheduled day and evening classes have been cancelled.
|Mount Greylock Regional SD||Closed|
|North Adams Public Schools||Closed|
|Pine Cobble School||Closed|
|Pittsfield Public Schools||Closed, Mercer Admin. 10:30a.m.|
|Southern Berkshire Regional SD||Closed, No Aft-Sch Pgm|
|Williams College||Delayed, Admin Offices open at 10am Children's Ctr at 9:30am|
Information courtesy of cbs6albany.com
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