Inclement Weather Procedures

Is the theme song for ‘Jaws’ playing in your head? Yes, snow is coming! Ready or not, it’s time to talk about our inclement weather procedures.

In any weather emergency, the main objective is to provide a safe environment for students and staff. Once a decision has been reached, the district will contact local news services, radio stations, post to our website and social media channels, and the district will send out a Skylert message to families. 

Like prior years, our district will utilize flexible e-learning days when necessary during inclement weather. A flexible e-learning day allows for school to be in session without students and staff being physically present at the school. In the event of a flexible e-learning day during school closure, your teachers will be in contact with you for further instructions.

We recommend that families review/update your contact information in Skyward Family Access. Visit isd477.org/skyward and navigate to the Skylert tab to view your notification settings.

Visit our winter weather webpage for full details about our closure and delay procedures.

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Princeton Public Schools recently took advantage of an opportunity to refinance a portion of the district's outstanding debt and generate more than a half-million dollars in savings for taxpayers.

On November 9, 2023, the school district closed on the issuance of $12.51 million in refunding bonds to refinance debt originally issued in 2014. By refinancing and paying off some of the principal early, the district will save an estimated $512,684 in interest payments over the remaining life of the bonds.

Princeton Public Schools is seeking students, families, staff and community members to serve on a district-supported task force to study school start times.