In response to the predicted severe weather that is expected to hit the area tomorrow morning, Christian County Public Schools has decided to operate on a two-hour delay for Friday, March 3rd. The district’s decision to delay the opening of school for two hours is to give the district team ample time to monitor the weather as the forecast develops overnight and in the morning.
The school district is closely monitoring the situation and will be evaluating the weather conditions in the morning. Additional information will be provided as the weather continues to develop. The two-hour delay means that buses and schools will operate two hours later than the regularly scheduled time. There will be no breakfast served on a two-hour delay.
The safety and well-being of the students and staff are the top priorities for Christian County Public Schools. The decision to delay the opening of school for two hours is part of the school district’s effort to ensure the safety of everyone in the school community.
Parents and guardians are urged to stay tuned for any additional changes or updates to the schedule. Any additional information will be communicated through the usual channels, such as email, phone, and the district’s website.
In conclusion, the Christian County Public Schools is taking proactive measures to ensure the safety of students and staff in the face of a predicted severe weather event. The two-hour delay in the opening of schools will provide the district team enough time to assess the situation and take appropriate action. We urge everyone to stay safe and stay tuned for any updates on the situation.