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School Closings and Delays due to Winter Weather

2–Hour Delay on Thurs., March 5, 2015

Weather Update:

The College and Busy Bees will be opening on a 2–Hour Delay on Thursday, March 5, 2015. We will review weather and road conditions prior to 8:00 am to determine any need to further alter our schedule. Freezing rain, sleet, and snow are expected. Road conditions will become hazardous when traveling. If you must travel, slow down and drive with caution and allow extra time to get to your destination. Give yourself extra room between you and vehicles ahead of you. Ice Accumulations may down trees and power lines with localized power outages possible.While travel is discouraged, if it is unavoidable keep an extra flashlight, food, water, and blankets in your vehicle in case of emergency.

Updates will be supplied as they become available at:
ehc.edu/weather-updates.

Cafeteria Hours:

  • Breakfast: 8:30 am - 10:00 am

Campus Police available at 276-944-6222.  For emergencies, dial 9-1-1.

Reminders:

  • SLEDDING:
      Sledding on campus ​is not recommended.  It is not allowed on the hill behind McGlothlin-Street Hall parking lot or in the construction area.  For safety reasons, the building of moguls and/or ramps is also not allowed.  If you decide to sled on campus, you do so at your own risk.  Stay safe!
  • COLD WEATHER:
     Please note that the weather forecast is calling for snow, possible ice, and extreme low temperatures.  Limit time spent outdoors to avoid cold related injuries and use caution when walking outside or traveling.
  • POWER FAILURE:
    In the event that we lose power, residential students can access McGlothlin-Street Hall where we have a backup generator.  Emergency information will be shared in the event this occurs.  RAs can also serve as a point of contact in the event we lose power.

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