Christian County Public Schools Utilizes Non-Traditional Instruction Day 5 in Response to Winter Weather

    In response to the persistent challenges posed by recent winter weather and the ensuing refreezing of roads, Christian County Public Schools (CCPS) has has announced the cancellation of in-person classes for Friday, January 19, prioritizing the safety and well-being of its students and staff.

    To maintain educational continuity, CCPS will utilize Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) Day 5. This approach enables education to continue beyond traditional classroom boundaries. Teachers and staff will be accessible via email, classroom apps, or texts to provide support and assistance to students and parents. This method ensures that learning is uninterrupted and showcases the district’s adaptability in unforeseen circumstances.

    The impact of the weather conditions extends beyond academics to extracurricular activities. All games and events scheduled for Friday, including the County/Hoptown games, are canceled. These games have been rescheduled to Wednesday, January 24, ensuring students do not miss these significant events.

    District officials will be actively assessing campus conditions on Friday and communicating any changes regarding practices or future events to coaches. There will be no childcare services within the district, and the Inspire Early Learning Academy will also be closed for the day.

    In contrast, the district’s regular Board meeting and public forums will continue as scheduled. The public forum on nutrition, health, and wellness is set for 5:30 PM, followed by the regular Board meeting at 6 PM. This decision demonstrates the district’s commitment to continuing essential operations and community engagement despite weather-related challenges.

    Looking ahead, CCPS remains hopeful about the improvement of road conditions over the weekend, aiming to resume regular school operations on Monday. An update on potential closures or delays for Monday will be communicated around 5 PM on Sunday to keep families and staff well-informed.

    The response of CCPS to the winter weather illustrates the district’s dedication to education, safety, and community. By transitioning to Non-Traditional Instruction, CCPS ensures that education continues seamlessly, even in challenging times, setting a commendable example for other districts in similar situations.

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