No school or after school activity cancellations due to the upcoming snow storm have been made as of Wednesday afternoon for the Smithtown Central School District.
According to the district, if the district needs to use a snow day, students will have to come in for classes on March 25, the first day of the Passover/Easter vacation.
The district said a determination will be made early Thursday morning if it is safe for the students to be brought to school, and if school needs to be cancelled parents will be notified via a robo-call and via the district website. Any after school activity cancellations would be determined throughout the course of the day.
The National Weather Service said Smithtown is expected to see up to 10 inches of snow accumulation through Friday morning, beginning Wednesday around noon. According to NWS, a rain/snow mixture is expected to change to all snowfall lby Wednesday from 6 to 7 p.m. with 2 to 4 inches expected and continue through Thursday with possibly 1 to 3 inches of snow during the day and an additional 1 to 3 inches at night.