Two Hour Delayed Opening For Stoughton Public Schools Tuesday, March 19
Stoughton Public Schools will have a two-hour delayed opening Tuesday, March 19 according to Superintendent of Public Schools Dr. Marguerite Rizzi. School dismissal will be at the usual time.
Stoughton Public Schools will have a two-hour delayed opening Tuesday, March 19 according to Superintendent of Public Schools Dr. Marguerite Rizzi.
School will now open at 9:30 a.m. for middle school and high school students and 10:15 a.m. for elementary school students.
Bus pick-up will be two hours later than normal. Lunches will still be served at the regular time. School dismissal will also be at the usual time.
With many schools delayed or closed across Massachusetts, the state announced that the MCAS English Language Arts Composition test for students in grades 4, 7 and 10 has been postponed until Monday, March 25.
WBZ and Channel 7 both predict the Stoughton area will receive about 4 to 8 inches of snow from this storm before it changes over to sleet and then rain sometime Tuesday morning.
The two-hour delay prevents another snow day. There have been four weather-related closings during the 2012-2013 school year. There are five snow days built into the school calendar each year.