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Weather Delays and Closings

Weather delays and closings are posted on the St. Catharine College homepage. www.sccky.edu

Severe weather schedules include one-hour delay, two-hour delay and closed.

St. Catharine College Weather Delay Schedule 2013 - 2014  
Monday, Wednesday, Friday Schedule   Tuesday, Thursday Schedule 
1 Hour Delay:        1 Hour Delay:  
Regular Start Time Delayed Start Time   Regular Start Time Delayed Start Time
8:00 am  9:00am    8:00am  9:00am
9:00 am 9:45am    9:30am  10:00am
10:00 am 10:30am    11:00am  11:00am
11:00 am 11:15am      
2 Hour Delay   2 Hour Delay
All Classes meet that start at or after 10:00am   All Classes meet that start at or after 10:00am    

Please be advised that the announcement of a DELAYED SCHEDULE means that the above schedule will be in place for that day ONLY.

You can also tune into the following TV/radio stations for announcements of delays and/or closings:

TV Stations

Radio Stations

  • WGRK 103.1 FM or WCKQ 104.1 FM
  • WQXE 98.3 FM or WHAS 840 AM
  • WLSK 100.9 FM or WLBN 159 AM
Health Science Students – If you are scheduled for clinicals, this schedule does not apply. You are expected to use professional judgment in attempting to make your clinicals. Refer to the handbook for program expectations and exceptions.

FEP/EDU Students – Students in field or clinical experiences must follow the weather schedules of the schools to which they are assigned. You are expected to use professional judgment in attempting to reach the schools. You must notify the school and Education Division Office with any absence.

IEC Students - All CDA training workshops scheduled on campus will be cancelled if the Martin De Porres Child Care Center is closed.

Martin De Porres Child Care Center - Please note that the Child Care Center will follow Washington County School closures and delayed weather schedule. Therefore, whatever schedule is reported for Washington County will pertain to the Martin De Porres Child Care Center.

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