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Winter Storm Adjustments at Local Schools Featured

Due to expected inclement weather, classes will be adjusted for safe learning.

 

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  • A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for tomorrow by the National Weather Service
  • Tomorrow has been designated as a distance learning day by local schools
  • Student study lab programs are cancelled at all schools
  • Read more…

 

Plan to do school at home on Monday

 

Chino Valley Unified School District

 

CHINO VALLEY, AZ: A message from Superintendent John Scholl regarding school tomorrow, Monday January 25th.

Distance learning only tomorrow due to inclement weather:

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for tomorrow.  In order to protect the health, safety, and welfare of our students and staff, I am designating tomorrow as a distance learning day for all students. 

All students that were scheduled for distance learning will continue to participate in distance learning activities.

For tomorrow only, all students that were scheduled for in person instruction will participate in distance learning activities.  Students and parents can access activities through ClassDojo, Google Classroom, or can refer to the district website for more information.  

This includes students on a Monday/Wednesday hybrid schedule at Territorial Early Childhood Center (TECC) and Del Rio Elementary School (DRS) along with Centers, ED-P. extended resource, and Chino Valley High School (CVHS) ELL programs.

In addition, student study lab programs are cancelled at all schools.

Please stay tuned to the district website (www.chinovalleyschools.com) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/CVSchoolsAZ) for more information or call 928-636-2458.

Chino Valley Unified School District: Website | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube

 

Prescott Unified School District

 

We have been watching the storm and the snow is coming! ❄️ We are grateful for the much needed precipitation and fun that the snow brings! ⛄️

Because of the anticipated storm the PUSD Covid Child Care and Bus services are canceled for tomorrow, Monday January 25, 2021.

Prescott Unified School District has canceled the Covid Child Care Programs at Granite Mountain School and Prescott Mile High Middle School for Monday, January 25, 2021, due to the impending winter weather warning showing snow all through the night and day tomorrow. This includes all bus routes. While we were looking for every way to serve lunches to our students, we will apply the same safety concerns to our employees and families driving for our free lunches. Unfortunately, our lunch offerings will also be canceled. The safety of our students and staff is our main priority.

Students enrolled in these programs and PUSD childcare employees/liaisons will stay home tomorrow.

Distance Learning will run as normal, and students should log on to their classes and follow their daily schedules.

We hope you all stay safe and warm and enjoy the snow! ⛄️

We will be posting any updates to our website and Facebook pages.

Prescott Unified School District: Website | Facebook

 

Prescott Valley School District

A winter storm warning has been sent out for our area from Saturday-Tuesday. Please make sure your contact information is updated with all schools your children attend so that you can receive updates on weather related information such as school closures, two hour delays or any other weather related information.

As always we will use our website, social media and student information systems (robocalls), to inform our families of any changes. The most up-to-date information can be found on our website homepage under News (when necessary) and our social media sites. We also work with local radio and news media outlets to inform our families. We always keep our snow day/weather related information posted on our website here:

  https://humboldtunified.com/apps/pages/index.jsp...

Thank you all and be safe in your travels this weekend.

Humboldt Unified School District: Website | Facebook | Twitter

 

YC Inclement Weather Advisory 1/25/21

Information for Students and Employees

Yavapai College is committed to providing a safe environment for all students, faculty, staff, and visitors.

Operating in the orange phase of its COVID-19 re-entry plan, roughly 85% of classes are virtual and nearly all employees are telecommuting, making this closure much different than a normal closure.

Therefore, the following is effective for Monday, January 25, 2021:

Classes & Services

  • All classes scheduled to meet in-person at any of YC's campuses and centers are CANCELED for the day. Cancellations are for Monday, January 25, 2021, only.
  • All classes scheduled to meet virtually through online or WebLive formats will meet as normally scheduled.
  • The Family Enrichment Center will also be closed.
  • All services will remain open in virtual formats through phone, or Zoom videoconferencing.

Employees

  • Essential employees should report in-person as normal. This includes staff in facilities, College Police, food services, and residence halls.
  • Faculty teaching virtual classes should continue with those classes as planned.
  • Faculty teaching in-person classes should telecommute for the day, as those classes are canceled.
  • All other employees should work virtually.
  • Operations will return as outlined in the orange phase of the COVID-19 re-entry plan on Tuesday.

Because many students, faculty, and staff travel from afar, closures and delays apply to all campuses and centers district-wide (if Prescott is closed, so is Clarkdale, Sedona etc.).

Yavapai College Website | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube

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