So, I'm sitting in the Denver airport waiting for the last leg of my Parents Weekend flight home, grateful to be out of the storm's path as I'm sure air travel from the east coast will begin to be uncertain soon. I felt bad for the kids whose families were cancelling or modifying plans for this long weekend (Choate is on break through Tuesday evening).
Choate is carefully monitoring the impending hurricane. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has signed a state of emergency as Hurricane Sandy is expected to approach Connecticut on Sunday evening. Please check our web site during the Long Weekend where we will post updates as necessary. We will keep you informed as circumstances change, and continue to modify our current plans as needed.
Though students are supposed to be back on campus by 7:30 Tues night, Dr. Curtis said the school, of course, will be more concerned for safety than deadlines.
DS is one of only a handful of students left in his dorm. Initially, he was rather put out that I was going home today, but now he's glad we hadn't made plans that needed to be cancelled and, in typical boy fashion, he's hoping for a wild adventure. Sigh.
How is the impending storm affecting your family or your child's school/plans?