How do you prefer to learn about snow delays?

The Washington Post has a story today saying a Maryland parent was so annoyed by a 4:30 a.m. robocall about a snow delay that he set up his own 4:30 a.m. robocall for school board members and administrators.
Just the other night at a York City School Board meeting, board member James Morgan remarked to spokesman Jonathan Heintzman that it was great to get an early robocall about Wednesday’s two-hour delay instead of having to wait for the listing to pop up on the television.
So it made me wonder — what’s your preferred method to learn about snow delays and cancellations? Seems like there are a lot of options these days, with robocalls, email, websites and so on.
Does this Maryland parent have a point — is 4:30 a.m. too early for a robocall?

About Angie Mason

I'm the education reporter at the York Daily Record. Follow me on Twitter: @angiemason1
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