GREENSBORO, N.C. — Some Triad school districts are switching to remote learning for Thursday, Jan. 28 due to anticipated inclement weather. Other districts are operating either on a delay or will be closed on Thursday.
Here's a list of schools adjusting their learning plans. Keep checking back as more school systems make their plans known. Check under the three sections (schools closed, schools delayed, schools switching to remote learning) to see what your district is doing.
Carroll County Public Schools
Carroll County Public Schools is closed on Thursday, Jan. 28.
Davidson County Schools
Davidson County Schools will operate on a 2-hour delay Thursday with the option to convert to a remote instruction day if conditions warrant a change.
Davie County Schools
The Davie County Schools system will operate on a 2-hour delay on Thursday, Jan. 28 including those attending in-person and virtually. The school system will access road conditions in the morning with the option for a full remote learning day.
Yadkin County Schools
Yadkin County Schools will operate on a 2-hour delay on Thursday, Jan. 28.
Thursday, Jan. 28 will be a remote learning day for all ABSS students pre-K through 12th grade due to the potential for icy roads this morning. The Child Nutrition grab and go meals program and bus stop meals will not operate today.
Alleghany County Schools
Alleghany County Schools will have a remote learning day for all students on Thursday, Jan. 28. Please check email for Zoom and Canvas invites.
Guilford County Schools
Due to inclement weather, all GCS students will learn remotely today, Thursday, Jan. 28. Central offices are open. Grab & go meals will be available from 11 a.m. until noon at school sites listed here: https://www.gcsnc.com/Page/72081 https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Esz5cbbXEAEb1jX.jpg
Rockingham County Schools
Due to inclement weather, all students will learn remotely on Thursday, Jan. 28. Tomorrow will be a remote instruction day. There will not be a delay for class schedules.
Central office, school level administration and other departments will report to work at 10:00 am. This is subject to re-evaluation if the inclement weather conditions change.
On Thursday, all buildings will be open for school level administrators and other essential personnel such as custodial and maintenance staff.
Child Care will open at 9:00 am. Child Care Parents – Please be advised, if weather conditions worsen during the day, child care sites may close early. If so, Site Coordinators will communicate by phone or Class Dojo.
Teachers should work remotely from home. All classified staff who have the ability to work remotely from home should do so with the approval of the school principal or their direct supervisor. All classified staff who are not able to work remotely should review their options regarding reporting to work or make arrangements with their direct supervisor.
Stokes County Schools
The district will operate on a remote learning day for Thursday, Jan. 28. This will replace the Remote Learning Day on April 30 for the traditional schools & the Stokes Early College High School.
Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools
Due to the potential for winter weather and hazardous road conditions Thursday morning, WS/FCS will move to remote learning for all students on Thursday, January 28. The decision to go remote versus operating on a delay, is meant to cause the least amount of disruption to the instructional day. Students and staff please follow your normal schedule, remotely. Instructional staff should teach remotely.
For all other employees, including 12-month employees, please know all buildings will open at 10. Non-instructional employees should work remotely until that time. WS/FCS Operations employees should expect specific instructions from your supervisor. Please follow those guidelines as it relates to their specific duties.