2020-21 Inclement Weather Policy

SVGS follows the Augusta County School Board’s calendar.  Changes may have to be made to the calendar because of inclement weather.  Changes are official only after actions by the Augusta County School Board.

Students are expected to attend on days when SVGS is in session regardless of their high school’s calendar. 

In the event of inclement weather, students should listen/watch for announcements regarding Augusta County Schools.

  • If Augusta County Schools are closed, SVGS is closed for the day.  Staff does not report.
  • If Augusta County is on a one-hour delay, students report no later than 8:40 to SVGS. Staff should report at 8:00 a.m.

See schedule for a 1hr delay below.

Tuesday- Friday
1st      8:40– 9:30
2nd     9:33– 10:23
3rd     10:25– 11:15  
Monday
1st      8:45– 9:25
2nd     9:30– 10:10
3rd     10:15– 10:55
Afternoon Class – 12:30-3
  • If Augusta County schools are on a two-hour delay, students report no later than 9:40 to SVGS.  Staff should report no later than 8:45.

See schedule for a 2hr delay below.

Tuesday- Friday
1st      9:40 – 10:20
2nd   10:23 – 11:03
3rd   11:06– 11:45  
Monday
1st      9:40 – 10:20
2nd   10:23 – 11:03
3rd   11:06– 11:45
Afternoon Class – 12:30-3

Students will have a staggered release based on the return and travel time for their homeschool beginning at 11:45.

*In the rare event that Augusta County Schools is operating on a two-hour delay but Staunton and/or Waynesboro are not, Staunton and Waynesboro students will coordinate their release time at SVGS based on their individual high school’s class schedule as needed.

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