Warwick Valley High School closed again due to power outage caused by a blown transformer

School officials say both in-person and remote learning is shut down because of the outage.

News 12 Staff

Sep 13, 2022, 10:15 AM

Updated 623 days ago

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Warwick Valley High School will once again be closed today because of a power outage caused by a blown transformer.
School was let out early on Monday because of the outage.
School officials say both in-person and remote learning is shut down because of the outage. None of the other schools in the district are impacted and are open.
Students in the Career and Technical Education (CTEC) program still have classes today and should take their regular means of transportation to their programs. Here is bus instruction for other CTEC students.
• Upon dismissal, high school students who attend CTEC that reside in the Warwick Valley Central School District will receive transportation directly to their homes from CTEC.
• Students that reside in the Greenwood Lake UFSD will take a bus from CTEC back to Warwick Valley High School where they will receive transportation home.
• A bus will bring any student that drove to WVHS back to the building to get their cars.
• Warwick Valley and Greenwood Lake students who attend and take the bus to CTEC in the afternoon will be picked up and dropped off at their homes. The Transportation Department will reach out to families with an approximate pick-up time.


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