Closings & Delays
AYS will NOT operate full-day snow sites
in any school districts in the event that schools
announce snow day closures in advance.
If school is cancelled due to bad weather or another emergency, AYS will NOT operate. If the school makes the decision to close after the AYS program has begun, parents will be asked to pick up their child(ren) as soon as possible.
If the beginning of the school day is delayed, AYS programs will operate on a one-hour delay, unless restricted by the school, and will remain open until school starts. You are encouraged to call the program to ensure staff arrived at the site. Please visit click here to view site contact information.
If conditions worsen to a state of emergency after the program opens, AYS will not accept any more children at the site. If the conditions do not improve, AYS administration will decide on the best course of action.
If students are released early due to bad weather or another emergency, the Youth Development Leader will get to the school as soon as possible to receive the students unless restricted by the school. Youth Development Leaders may notify the parents that school is being dismissed early, but that AYS will remain open unless otherwise decided by AYS administration.
AYS families who have a weekly attendance plan pay nothing extra for one-hour delays and early release days. Families that use AYS only occasionally will be charged an additional fee. When AYS is unable to operate due to severe weather, regular weekly fees are still due.