STAR Center's Hurricane Information
This page will provide specific information with respect to STAR Center activities for both students and staff in the event a hurricane is forecast to impact our area.
THERE ARE NO STORMS IMPACTING OUR LOCAL AREA
Please click on the link to the National Hurricane Center for hurricane information
STAR Center's Hurricane Evacuation Policy
If your training is scheduled during the traditional hurricane season, 1 June-30 November, and although the chances of you being impacted by a storm are very slim, recent history shows that it is best to be prepared.
We track the weather closely here. If a developing storm puts STAR Center at high risk and the National Hurricane Center issues a Hurricane Warning for our area, or we determine that there is a high risk of a warning being issued, STAR Center will cancel classes, close, and evacuate until the storm or risk passes.
In that event, we will notify students at the school as well as incoming students of our intentions as soon as possible. Students en route should divert and students at the school should have a plan to depart for a safer area. STAR will assist with rescheduling students for the next available classes. We will also assist with making travel plans for departing students, but travel funding will be the student's responsibility.
To assist us with keeping you informed of the weather situation it is essential that we have a means of contacting you in the weeks prior to your scheduled arrival. Please ensure we have accurate contact information. We will also keep our hurricane condition status updated on the STAR Center website (www.star-center.com) and the AMO Plans website (www.amoplans.com).
We have not had to close the school too many times in the past. However, we lost one or two weeks when Wilma, a Category 2 Hurricane, caused significant damage to the campus and put students and staff at risk. Our goal is to minimize that risk in the future.
Again, we don't expect that you will be affected by a hurricane but want you to be prepared in the event that you are. We are looking forward to your arrival and hope that your training experience is positive and meaningful.