HAMPTON ROADS, Va. - As residents in Hampton Roads and northeastern North Carolina continue to deal with the aftermath of the winter storm that swept through our area, a number of local school districts have decided Monday will be a virtual learning day for students.
Students who attend schools in the following districts will learn from home on January 24 due to hazardous road conditions created by snow and ice:
Due to the threat of hazardous road conditions, Monday will be a virtual learning day for students who attend Chesapeake Public Schools. Teachers will contact families to provide information.
CPS offices will open on a 2-hour delay.
Due to the threat of hazardous road conditions, Monday, January 24, 2022, will be a virtual learning day.— 𝘾𝙝𝙚𝙨𝙖𝙥𝙚𝙖𝙠𝙚 𝙋𝙪𝙗𝙡𝙞𝙘 𝙎𝙘𝙝𝙤𝙤𝙡𝙨 (@cpschoolsva) January 23, 2022
Teachers will contact families to provide information. Our offices will open on a 2-hour delay.
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Norfolk Public Schools will have a virtual learning day Monday due to icy road conditions. Students should log on to Canvas for information regarding how to access classroom materials and live instruction.
Monday will be a remote learning day for students who attend Perquimans County Schools, Perquimans County Emergency Services announced.
All Portsmouth Public Schools and administrative offices will be closed Monday due to continued impacts from the storm. The school district didn't elaborate on whether it would be a virtual school day or not.
Update from Portsmouth Public Schools . . . Due to continued impacts from Saturday’s snowstorm, all schools and administrative offices will remain closed tomorrow, Jan. 24, 2022. pic.twitter.com/nsi4rVhp5M— City of Portsmouth (@cityofPortsVA) January 23, 2022
Monday will be a virtual learning for Suffolk Public Schools students due to the hazardous road conditions created by residual snow and ice.
All extracurricular activities and events are canceled Monday.
Due to icy roads in residential areas, Monday will be an asynchronous learning day for Virginia Beach Public Schools students. Schools and office buildings will be closed, but staff will be working remotely. Teachers, instructional staff and school counselors will be available for office hours; you are asked to check your child’s learning management system (Schoology, Seesaw or Canvas) for that availability.
All before and after school activities are canceled Monday. Before- and after-school programs run by Parks and Rec are also canceled.
Due to icy road conditions throughout the area, Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools will follow a remote learning schedule on Monday. Each school will follow up with their staff and students with specific information for remote learning for Monday.
There will be no after school/evening activities on Monday. The district will continue to monitor road conditions and provide an update as soon as possible for operations on Tuesday, January 25.
This story will continue to be updated as more local school districts release their plans.