Warrick County schools will use virtual learning in place of snow days


BOONVILLE, Ind. (WEHT) – The Warrick County School Corporation announced Monday it will use virtual learning when school is canceled for inclement weather for this school year. Superintendent Brad Schneider sent a letter to parents about the change.

“In the coming days, each school will provide details and guidelines for the e-learning days. Each year we encourage our parents to have a plan for their children should school be delayed or cancelled for the day,” a portion of the letter read.

All scheduled make-up days for inclement weather are now days off from school, the letter continued.

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(This story was originally published on November 30, 2020)


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