How will I know if the
schools have been closed?
• Check the GCS
website at www.greenville.k12.sc.us
• Tune to local radio and television stations, including The Schools
Channel on Charter Cable 14 and 99
• Call INFOLine at 355-3100
onset of winter, inclement weather prevails. Snow and ice can cause
school closings, delayed openings, and early dismissals. When the
weather is severe, always check the radio or television stations for
emergency school announcements. Official announcements about Greenville
County School System closings will be broadcast on WYFF-TV (channel 4)
and Charter Cable Channels 14 or 99. You can also call the school
districts INFOLine at 355-3100 or
click here to check the
Greenville County Schools website.
Decisions to close schools will be made on a daily basis by 6:00 am each
When schools are
on a two-hour delay, No breakfast will be served. Buses will run
two hours later than their normal times. School will begin two hours
later than the regularly scheduled time. Instead of 8:00, the tardy
bell will ring at 10:00. Please note that students will not be
supervised until 9:30 when there is a two-hour delay.
On rare occasions, developing weather may make early dismissal of school
necessary. Should the weather become bad during school hours, you should
listen to the radio or TV stations for instructions. DO NOT CALL THE
SCHOOL. Our telephone lines need to be kept open so that we can receive
instructions from the District Office. Parents whose children ride the
bus home will need to stay up-to-date on possible closings by calling
the INFOLine or checking the school districts website. Children who ride
home with their parents will be supervised by adults at the school until
they are picked up by their parents. Parents should discuss plans for
early dismissal (pickup, supervision, etc.