Inclement Weather

  • When the Rockwood School District experiences inclement weather conditions, safety is the most important consideration. Below are some answers to frequently asked questions about inclement weather.

    When a school closing, or early school dismissal due to inclement weather, is determined, our superintendent will use ParentSquare to send a voice message and text message to Rockwood parents and secondary students informing them of the decision to cancel classes.

    In addition, parents and secondary students who have downloaded the Rockwood ParentSquare app will receive a push notification. They can also find accurate information about district school closings on the Rockwood website and Rockwood's social media sites — Facebook (Rockwood.School.District),Twitter (@RockwoodSchools) and Instagram (@RockwoodSchoolDistrict) —as well as on the following radio and television stations:

    • KMOX 1120 (AM)  

    • KTVI Channel 2/11

    • KMOV Channel 4

    • KSDK Channel 5

    • ABC 30


Frequently Asked Questions

  • How is the decision made to cancel school due to inclement weather?

  • Where can parents find information about school closings?

  • Will snow days be virtual learning days during the 2022-2023 school year?

  • What if bad weather arrives when children are in school?

  • Will all after-school activities be canceled if school is closed?

  • What can parents do to help their students and schools prepare?

  • What if my child is at the Center for Creative Learning when school is dismissed?