- In-Person Classes Canceled: Christian County Public Schools (CCPS) to close on Tuesday, January 16 due to icy conditions.
- Non-Traditional Instruction Day Implemented: Learning continues with NTI Day 2.
- Staff Availability: Teachers and staff accessible via email and other communication tools.
- Cancellation of Activities: All games and events scheduled for Tuesday are called off.
- Childcare Services Unavailable: District childcare and Inspire Early Learning Academy also closed.
- Ongoing Monitoring: CCPS closely watching weather and road conditions for further updates.
In response to the extreme cold temperatures and hazardous icy conditions on roads and school campus parking lots, Christian County Public Schools has made the pivotal decision to cancel in-person classes for Tuesday, January 16. This precautionary measure is taken to ensure the safety and well-being of all students and staff.
Transition to Non-Traditional Instruction
Understanding the importance of continued learning, CCPS has activated a Non-Traditional Instruction Day (NTI Day 2) for Tuesday. This approach allows students to continue their education remotely, ensuring minimal disruption to the academic calendar. Teachers and staff remain committed to supporting their students and will be available through various communication channels, including email, classroom applications, and texts. Parents and students needing assistance or support can reach out to them during this time.
Cancellation of Extracurricular Activities
All scheduled games and events for Tuesday have also been canceled. The district officials will conduct a thorough evaluation of the campuses and communicate any changes to the coaches regarding future practices or events. Parents, students, and staff are advised to stay updated through official channels for the latest information.
Childcare and Early Learning Academy Closure
The closure extends to the childcare services within the district. Additionally, the Inspire Early Learning Academy will not be operational on Tuesday. This decision is in line with the district’s priority to safeguard the community during these adverse weather conditions.
Urging Caution and Safety
Christian County Public Schools urges all families to prioritize safety during this time. The extreme weather conditions pose significant risks, and it is vital for everyone to stay safe and warm. The district reassures the community that it is closely monitoring the weather and road conditions. Updates regarding potential closures or delays for Wednesday will be provided as soon as they are available.
CCPS remains dedicated to the safety and education of its students and appreciates the understanding and cooperation of the community during these challenging times. Stay tuned for further updates and stay safe.