GREENSBORO, N.C. — Some local school districts are getting ready for what might have been a snow day during a normal year.
Alamance-Burlington School System
Wednesday, December 16 will be a remote learning day for all ABSS students pre-K through 12th grade due to the potential for inclement weather in the forecast.
Teachers may choose to work remotely. All classified staff who have the ability to work remotely from home may do so with the approval of the school principal or their direct supervisor. All other classified staff who are not able to work remotely should make arrangements with their supervisor.
The Child Nutrition grab and go meals program and bus stop meals will not operate on Wednesday. Athletics and after school activities are cancelled.
Guilford County Schools
According to GCS, Guilford County schools plan to sent two meals home with students on Tuesday for them to eat on Wednesday.
Families who are already learning remotely can pick up two meals on Tuesday for each child.
Students in grades Kindergarten through 2nd Grade who are learning in person will be given devices so they can learn from home on Wednesday.
Early morning athletic practices will be canceled.
Schools will be open for school and district personnel only, but teachers may work remotely from home.
Central Offices will operate on a normal schedule.
While tomorrow is a remote learning day, all personnel will have the same options currently available to them under the district’s inclement weather policy under Board of Education Policy AFC and Procedure AFC-P.
Rockingham County Schools
All schools in Rockingham County Schools will be working remotely on Wednesday.
Childcare will be closed.
All classified staff who have the ability to work remotely from home may do so with the approval of the school principal or their direct supervisor. All other classified staff who are not able to work remotely should make arrangements with their supervisor.
Rockingham Early College High school will be rescheduling all EOC tests. Additional information will be sent from the RECHS school principal.
Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools
Due to the potential for winter weather and hazardous road conditions Wednesday morning, WS/FCS will move to remote learning for all students on Wednesday, Dec. 16. For those students and staff on a Flex Wednesday schedule, please follow your normal Flex Wednesday protocol. Instructional staff not on a Flex Wednesday schedule should teach remotely.
For all other employees, including 12-month employees, please know all buildings will open at noon. Non-instructional employees should work remotely until that time. WS/FCS Operations employees should expect specific instructions from your supervisor later today. Please follow those guidelines as it relates to your specific duties.
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