- In case of inclement weather, ATYP will close when the Kalamazoo Public Schools close (and/or when WMU’s campus is closed due to weather). ATYP school closing information is available on WWMT.com and will be posted on Facebook. Occasionally, weather on campus differs from outlying areas; families should use their best judgment about the decision to travel.
- If ATYP cannot meet in person because of the weather, every attempt will be made to hold classes online. Even if your home school has a snow day, ATYP classes are likely to meet virtually in some fashion. If you have technology barriers to virtual participation, please contact your instructor or the ATYP office at email@example.com to discuss possible solutions.
- In case of a Tornado Watch, classes will be held as scheduled. Parents should use their own discretion in case of severe weather in their location. If there is a Tornado Warning at the start of/end of class time, parents and students should stay in place until the danger has passed.
ATYP Safety Policies and Procedures
Western Michigan University is committed to maintaining a safe and secure environment for all while it undertakes the primary mission of educating students. First and foremost, WMU and its facilities and resources (classrooms, offices, public areas, libraries, grounds, educational technology and methods) must be conducive to the learning and safety of all students. Special and particular attention must be directed toward the minors on campus who are enrolled in the Academically Talented Youth Program (ATYP). The following policies and procedures have been instituted to ensure students’ safety at all times: