Tuesday, March 5, 2013
The following is information on city actions, school closings and canceled activities.
*The City of Richfield issued a snow emergency. All vehicles should be removed from the city roads. Police will issue tickets and tow if necessary. However, resident should also know the snow parking ban ordinance is in effect all winter until April 15. The ordinance requires that vehicles be removed from the streets after 2 inches of snow or more have fallen. As for neighboring towns, Bloomington and Minneapolis have declared snow emergencies. Closed Open More school closing information can be found on Kare11.com. Still happening: Richfield High School According to other Richfield Public Schools wesbites, no indication of canceled events have been given. If you know of local activities that are either canceled or still going on Tuesday …
Monday, December 10, 2012
While many were hoping for a miracle, they didn't get their hopes up.
See what local students had to say about the possibility of a snow day for Richfield schools.
The storm caused 597 crashes on Sunday and another 970 spinouts, the State Patrol said.
Unfortunately for Richfield students, local school start times have not been changed Monday, despite the nearly 11 inches of snow that fell in town Sunday. As of 6 a.m., none of Richfield's private or public schools had announced any closures or delays. As many current and former Richfield Public Schools students know, snow days are few and far between in this town. While Academy of Holy Angels students generally see more snow days, given the fact that student live all over the metro area, they will also be in school as usual Monday. Officially, 10.5 inches fell at the airport Sundy, according to the National Weather Service. With 1 inches being measured in Bloomington. In fact, the Twin Cities won the snow lottery on Sunday with nearly …
Thursday, March 1, 2012
When your children have an unplanned day off of school, what do you do about your own work responsibilities?
Juggling children and work can be a struggle sometimes. When school is cancelled because of a snowstorm or your child comes down with the flu, what do you do about your own work responsibilities? On one hand, your children are the most important responsibility you have. And on the other, your job is the thing that pays the bills, providing for your children. This blog entitled “Weather, sick days leave working parents snowed under” provides tips for what you can do to ensure your kids are well taken care of and that your career is taken care of as well. And even if you have planned in advance for days like this, sometimes–as I know from experience–it can still be a scramble. Please share advice on what works for you and your family in the …