Columbus City Schools Among Districts Canceling Classes Tuesday
Columbus City Schools is joining most other Central Ohio districts in canceling classes on the second straight morning of snow-covered roads.
Higher winds were also causing causing snow to drift onto roads in outlying areas. No new major snow accumulation is expected Tuesday.
UPDATE: Columbus City Schools has canceled all blended learning and remote learning classes today -- Tuesday, February 2, 2021 -- due to road conditions created by inclement weather. Transportation/extracurriculars also canceled today. #OurCCS— Columbus City Schools (@ColsCitySchools) February 2, 2021
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Tuesday was supposed to be Columbus City Schools’ second day of a new blended learning model that divides pre-K and elementary school students into two groups, with each attending in-person classes two days a week. Middle and high school students will return to class when the distrct can find them transportation.
Other districts canceling all classes Tuesday include Columbus Catholic Schools, Dublin City Schools, Gahanna-Lincoln Schools, Hilliard City School, Olentangy Public Schools, Reynoldsburg City Schools and Westerville City Schools .
South-Western City Schools canceled in-person classes but was still proceeding with Virtual Learning Academy classes. Pickerington City Schools has canceled all in-person learning, but all students will be learning virtually on Tuesday.