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School Hours, Delays, & Early Openings

Hurlbutt Elementary 

Regular School Hours
8:30 AM – 3:15 PM

Weston Intermediate

Regular School Hours
8:30 AM – 3:15 PM

Weston Middle School

Regular School Hours
7:45 AM – 2:30 PM

Weston High School

Regular School Hours
7:45 AM – 2:30 PM

Delays & Early Dismissals by School

Information Sources: Click the button to see a full list of closure and delay information sources for Weston Public Schools, along with how to register for the SwiftK12 Alert service.

*Please note, you must login to your Parent Portal account and opt in to the SMS option if you would like to receive text messages to your cell phone.

Delays & Early Dismissal Information by School

Select your school below to see specific details:

Hurlbutt Delayed Openings

Weston Public Schools typically have a one, two, or three-hour delayed opening (due to weather, staff development, etc.). Children cannot arrive more than 15 minutes prior to the delayed start time because there will be no supervision until then.

Hurlbutt Early Dismissal

If individual students have to leave school before the end of the day, the teacher must receive a note from the parent/guardian. Parents/guardians must come to the main office to sign their children out. For safety, the only place children can be met is in main office. Parents/guardians may not go to the classroom.

Planned early dismissal days are noted on the district calendar. For this school year, the dismissal time for early dismissals listed on the school calendar (for staff development, conferences, etc.) is 12:35 p.m. Any unplanned dismissals (due to weather, etc.) are typically one, two, or three-hour early dismissals.

The decision to call an early dismissal due to weather is made with enough advance notice to mobilize the buses for all Weston schools. In the event of an early dismissal, you need to know the following information:

  • We will honor all bus notes.
  • Children will go home on their regular buses unless they have a note for that day that tells us they have a change in plans.
  • All after-school activities are canceled.
  • The building is closed to all after-school programs.
  • Children who normally go to a day-care center are sent there.

If bad weather is a possibility, parents/guardians should send their children to school with a note telling the teacher where the child(ren) should go if school is dismissed early.

It is rare that school is dismissed early without prior notification. Announcements will be made on several radio and television stations, our school information line and website will be updated, and a SwiftK12 alert will be sent prior to sending the children home. If school is closed, dismissed early, or delayed for any reason, you can find out by:

  • Subscribing to SwiftK12 alerts
  • Visiting the district’s website: www.westonps.org
  • Calling the district information line at 203-221-6500
  • Listening to local radio and television stations or visiting their websites

Weston Intermediate Delayed Openings

Weston Public Schools typically have a one, two, or three-hour delayed opening (due to weather, staff development, etc.). Children cannot arrive more than 15 minutes prior to the delayed start time because there will be no supervision until then.

Weston Intermediate Early Dismissal

If individual students have to leave school before the end of the day, the teacher must receive a note from the parent/guardian. Parents/guardians must come to the main office to sign their children out. For safety, the only place children can be met is in main office. Parents/guardians may not go to the classroom.

Planned early dismissal days are noted on the district calendar. The time for early dismissals listed on the school calendar (for staff development, conferences, etc.) is 12:35 p.m. Any unplanned dismissals (due to weather, etc.) are typically one, two, or three-hour early dismissals.

The decision to call an early dismissal due to weather is made with enough advance notice to mobilize the buses for all Weston schools. In the event of an early dismissal, you need to know the following information:

  • We will honor all bus notes.
  • Children will go home on their regular buses unless they have a note for that day that tells us they have a change in plans.
  • All after-school activities are canceled.
  • The building is closed to all after-school programs.
  • Children who normally go to a day-care center are sent there.

If bad weather is a possibility, parents/guardians should send their children to school with a note telling the teacher where the child(ren) should go if school is dismissed early.

It is rare that school is dismissed early without prior notification. Announcements will be made on several radio and television stations, our school information line and website will be updated, and a SwiftK12 alert will be sent prior to sending the children home. If school is closed, dismissed early, or delayed for any reason, you can find out by:

  • Subscribing to SwiftK12 alerts
  • Visiting the district’s website: www.westonps.org
  • Calling the district information line at 203-221-6500
  • Listening to local radio and television stations or visiting their websites

Weston Middle Delayed Openings

Weston Public Schools typically have a one, two, or three-hour delayed opening (due to weather, staff development, etc.). Children cannot arrive more than 15 minutes prior to the delayed start time because there will be no supervision until then.

School Hours for Delayed Openings:

  • 1 hour delay:  8:45 am to 2:30 pm
  • 2 hour delay:  9:45 am to 2:30 pm
  • 3 hour delay:  10:45 am to 2:30 pm

Weston Middle Early Dismissal

Planned early dismissal days are noted on the district calendar. The time for early dismissals listed on the school calendar (for staff development, conferences, etc.) is 11:45 a.m.  There is no lunch time scheduled  on these days.

Any unplanned dismissals (due to weather, etc.) are typically one, two, or three-hour early dismissals. At the beginning of the school year, parents/guardians will be asked to file an emergency dismissal plan for their child with the school.  Also note that on a 2 or 3 hour early dismissal there will be no lunch time or lunches served.

School Hours for Unplanned Early Dismissals:

  • 1 hour early dismissal:  7:45 am to1:30 pm
  • 2 hour early dismissal:  7:45 am to 12:30 pm
  • 3 hour early dismissal:  7:45 am to 11:30 am

The decision to call an early dismissal due to weather is made with enough advance notice to mobilize the buses for all Weston schools. In the event of an early dismissal, you need to know the following information:

  • Children will go home on their regular buses unless they have a note for that day that tells us they have a change in plans.
  • All after-school activities are canceled.
  • The building is closed to all after-school programs..

It is rare that school is dismissed early without prior notification. Announcements will be made on several radio and television stations, our school information line and website will be updated, and a SwiftK12 alert will be sent prior to sending the children home. If school is closed, dismissed early, or delayed for any reason, you can find out by:

  • Subscribing to SwiftK12 alerts
  • Visiting the district’s website: www.westonps.org
  • Calling the district information line at 203-221-6500
  • Listening to local radio and television stations or visiting their websites

Weston High School Delayed Openings

Weston Public Schools typically have a one, two, or three-hour delayed opening (due to weather, staff development, etc.).

Weston High School Early Dismissal

Planned early dismissal days are noted on the district calendar. The time for early dismissals listed on the school calendar (for staff development, conferences, etc.) is 11:45 a.m. Any unplanned dismissals (due to weather, etc.) are typically one, two, or three-hour early dismissals.

The decision to call an early dismissal due to weather is made with enough advance notice to mobilize the buses for all Weston schools. It is rare that school is dismissed early without prior notification. Announcements will be made on several radio and television stations, our school information line and website will be updated, and a SwiftK12 alert will be sent prior to sending the children home. If school is closed, dismissed early, or delayed for any reason, you can find out by:

  • Subscribing to SwiftK12 alerts
  • Visiting the district’s website: www.westonps.org
  • Calling the district information line at 203-221-6500
  • Listening to local radio and television stations or visiting their websites

Delays & Early Dismissal Information by School

Select your school below to see specific details:

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Hurlbutt Elementary School

Hurlbutt Delayed Openings

Weston Public Schools typically have a one-, two-, or three-hour delayed opening (due to weather, staff development, etc.). Children cannot arrive more than 15 minutes prior to the delayed start time because there will be no supervision until then.

Hurlbutt Early Openings

If individual students have to leave school before the end of the day, the teacher must receive a note from the parent/guardian. Parents/guardians must come to the main office to sign their children out. For safety, the only place children can be met is in main office. Parents/guardians may not go to the classroom.

Planned early dismissal days are noted on the district calendar. For this school year, the dismissal time for early dismissals listed on the school calendar (for staff development, conferences, etc.) is 12:35 p.m. Any unplanned dismissals (due to weather, etc.) are typically one-, two-, or three-hour early dismissals.

The decision to call an early dismissal due to weather is made with enough advance notice to mobilize the buses for all Weston schools. In the event of an early dismissal, you need to know the following information:

  • We will honor all bus notes.
  • Children will go home on their regular buses unless they have a note for that day that tells us they have a change in plans.
  • All after-school activities are canceled.
  • The building is closed to all after-school programs.
  • Children who normally go to a day-care center are sent there.

If bad weather is a possibility, parents/guardians should send their children to school with a note telling the teacher where the child(ren) should go if school is dismissed early.

It is rare that school is dismissed early without prior notification. Announcements will be made on several radio and television stations, our school information line and website will be updated, and a SchoolMessenger alert will be sent prior to sending the children home. If school is closed, dismissed early, or delayed for any reason, you can find out by:

  • Subscribing to SchoolMessenger alerts
  • Visiting the district’s website: www.westonps.org
  • Calling the district information line at 203-291-1463
  • Listening to local radio and television stations or visiting their websites
Weston Intermediate School

Weston Intermediate Delayed Openings

Weston Public Schools typically have a one-, two-, or three-hour delayed opening (due to weather, staff development, etc.). Children cannot arrive more than 15 minutes prior to the delayed start time because there will be no supervision until then.

Weston Intermediate Early Dismissal

If individual students have to leave school before the end of the day, the teacher must receive a note from the parent/guardian. Parents/guardians must come to the main office to sign their children out. For safety, the only place children can be met is in main office. Parents/guardians may not go to the classroom.

Planned early dismissal days are noted on the district calendar. For the 2016-2017 school year, the dismissal time for early dismissals listed on the school calendar (for staff development, conferences, etc.) is 12:35 p.m. Any unplanned dismissals (due to weather, etc.) are typically one-, two-, or three-hour early dismissals.

The decision to call an early dismissal due to weather is made with enough advance notice to mobilize the buses for all Weston schools. In the event of an early dismissal, you need to know the following information:

  • We will honor all bus notes.
  • Children will go home on their regular buses unless they have a note for that day that tells us they have a change in plans.
  • All after-school activities are canceled.
  • The building is closed to all after-school programs.
  • Children who normally go to a day-care center are sent there.

If bad weather is a possibility, parents/guardians should send their children to school with a note telling the teacher where the child(ren) should go if school is dismissed early.

It is rare that school is dismissed early without prior notification. Announcements will be made on several radio and television stations, our school information line and website will be updated, and a SchoolMessenger alert will be sent prior to sending the children home. If school is closed, dismissed early, or delayed for any reason, you can find out by:

  • Subscribing to SchoolMessenger alerts
  • Visiting the district’s website: www.westonps.org
  • Calling the district information line at 203-291-1463
  • Listening to local radio and television stations or visiting their websites
Weston Middle School

Weston Middle Delayed Openings

Weston Public Schools typically have a one-, two-, or three-hour delayed opening (due to weather, staff development, etc.). Children cannot arrive more than 15 minutes prior to the delayed start time because there will be no supervision until then.

School Hours for Delayed Openings:

  • 1 hour delay:  8:45 am to 2:30 pm
  • 2 hour delay:  9:45 am to 2:30 pm
  • 3 hour delay:  10:45 am to 2:30 pm

Weston Middle Early Dismissal

Planned early dismissal days are noted on the district calendar. For the 2016-2017 school year, the dismissal time for early dismissals listed on the school calendar (for staff development, conferences, etc.) is 11:45 a.m.  There is no lunch time scheduled  on these days.

Any unplanned dismissals (due to weather, etc.) are typically one-, two-, or three-hour early dismissals. At the beginning of the school year, parents/guardians will be asked to file an emergency dismissal plan for their child with the school.  Also note that on a 2 or 3 hour early dismissal there will be no lunch time or lunches served.

School Hours for Unplanned Early Dismissals:

  • 1 hour early dismissal:  7:45 am to1:30 pm
  • 2 hour early dismissal:  7:45 am to 12:30 pm
  • 3 hour early dismissal:  7:45 am to 11:30 am

The decision to call an early dismissal due to weather is made with enough advance notice to mobilize the buses for all Weston schools. In the event of an early dismissal, you need to know the following information:

  • Children will go home on their regular buses unless they have a note for that day that tells us they have a change in plans.
  • All after-school activities are canceled.
  • The building is closed to all after-school programs..

It is rare that school is dismissed early without prior notification. Announcements will be made on several radio and television stations, our school information line and website will be updated, and a SchoolMessenger alert will be sent prior to sending the children home. If school is closed, dismissed early, or delayed for any reason, you can find out by:

  • Subscribing to SchoolMessenger alerts
  • Visiting the district’s website: www.westonps.org
  • Calling the district information line at 203-291-1463
  • Listening to local radio and television stations or visiting their websites
Weston High School

Weston High School Delayed Openings

Weston Public Schools typically have a one-, two-, or three-hour delayed opening (due to weather, staff development, etc.).

Weston High School Early Dismissal

Planned early dismissal days are noted on the district calendar. For the 2016-2017 school year, the dismissal time for early dismissals listed on the school calendar (for staff development, conferences, etc.) is 11:45 a.m. Any unplanned dismissals (due to weather, etc.) are typically one-, two-, or three-hour early dismissals.

The decision to call an early dismissal due to weather is made with enough advance notice to mobilize the buses for all Weston schools. It is rare that school is dismissed early without prior notification. Announcements will be made on several radio and television stations, our school information line and website will be updated, and a SchoolMessenger alert will be sent prior to sending the children home. If school is closed, dismissed early, or delayed for any reason, you can find out by:

  • Subscribing to SchoolMessenger alerts
  • Visiting the district’s website: www.westonps.org
  • Calling the district information line at 203-221-6500
  • Listening to local radio and television stations or visiting their websites