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Cumberland schools on remote learning Friday because of bad weather forecast


In anticipation of bad weather caused by Tropical Storm Ian, Cumberland County Schools will transition to remote learning on Friday, school officials said Thursday in a news release.

Students will work independently on assignments that are uploaded to the Canvas learning management platform. Elementary and middle school students will have five days to complete and submit their assignments, and high school students will have three days, according to the release.

Students enrolled in classes at Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville Technical Community College and College Connections should contact their instructors for additional guidance, the release said. 

The district’s Prime Time Before & After School Program will be closed on Friday. Sports games and after-school activities scheduled for Friday have been canceled or rescheduled. All weekend activities are canceled as well, according to the release. 

District offices and school buildings will be closed Friday. Employees will work remotely.

Go to https://www.ccs.k12.nc.us/ for updates or more information.

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