Winter weather shuts down in-person learning for January 26

Due to inclement weather, Black Day students will attend classes remotely on Tuesday


Mackenzie Sroka

The storm, which will start Monday night, is expected to drop between 4 and 7 inches before noon on Tuesday, when the Winter Storm Warning ends.

Emma Snyder, News Editor

In response to the winter storm warning, both MCHS campuses will be closed on January 26. No students will be in the building for in-person learning. 

Instead, students will have classes remotely and follow a modified hybrid schedule. Black schedule students, which includes students with last names Le-Z, will follow the eight-period schedule attending ZOOM meetings for each class. Teachers will take attendance for these classes. 

Orange schedule students, including students with last names A-La, will continue with their regularly scheduled asynchronous day and do not have to attend any digital meetings. 

By modifying the hybrid schedule and proceeding with digital learning, MCHS will avoid adding an emergency day at the end of the 2020-2021 school year.

The current winter storm warning is in effect from 4 p.m. on Monday to Tuesday at noon. During this time, it is expected that between 4 to 7 inches of snow will accumulate.