Hamilton-Wenham school will be closed again on Monday so snow removal can continue from the roof of the and . All of the district schools are expected to reopen on Tuesday.
In a ConnectEd phone and e-mail message sent to students and parents at 2:55 p.m. on Sunday, Assistant Superintendent Peter Gray said that the is expected to be complete on Monday.
On Saturday, 15 workers with four snowblowers were on the roof of the middle and high school and on Sunday that jumped to 25 workers with eight snowblowers, he said in the message.
“They will not have all of the snow removed in time for school (on Monday),” Gray said.
Gray said snowdrifts of 6-8 feet were found on the roof, which has a total square footage of more than 230,000 square feet.
At the elementary schools, which combined have 125,000 square feet of roof space,
12 , 10 and six school custodians spent Sunday removing snow from the , and schools roofs.
Building inspector Charles Brett has told school officials that he will not allow any of the school buildings to be occupied until all the snow is removed.
The , located in the former Center School next to Buker Elementary School, will be open on Monday.
With school canceled on Monday, the last day of school is now scheduled for Monday, June 27, Gray said.
But this week, parents will be surveyed about alternatives to the June 27 ending date. School Committee Chairwoman Alexa McCloughan said on Friday some of those alternatives could include holding school on Patriots Day, on Saturday or on a professional development day in May, among other possible options.
The School Committee plans to discuss the alternatives at its meeting on Thursday at 7 p.m. at Buker School.