Wood County on remote learning
Students in Wood County Schools on Wednesday will attend remotely. Teachers will report on a two-hour delay. Online lessons begin at 10 a.m.
Belpre City Schools is on a two-hour delay due to road conditions and frigid temperatures.
Marietta City Schools will be on virtual learning.
Pleasants County Schools will be on remote learning also due to inclement weather.
Wirt County Schools will be on remote learning. High school students need to log in to 1st period at 10 a.m.
Jackson County Schools will be closed. No remote learning will be provided. Employees will operate on Code A.
Calhoun County Schools will be on a blended/hybrid learning day. Food distribution will take place at all schools from 11-1 p.m. Save the Children Farm to Families Fresh Food boxes will be distributed 11-1.
Tyler County Schools are on a two-hour delay due to conditions of roads.
Ritchie County Schools are on a two-hour delay, also because of road conditions.
Doddridge County Schools will be operate on a two-hour delay. Staff will report under Code B.
Wednesday is Faculty Senate Day in Gilmer County Schools. Students do not report to school and will complete NTID #5. Staff will report on a normal schedule. The school system also said the Farmers to Families food distribution has been cancelled due to transportation issues outside of its control.
Roane County Schools are closed.
Meigs Local Schools are closed.
Frontier Local School are closed. Staff is on a one-hour delay and students assignments are online or on hard copy.
Fort Frye Local Schools are on remote learning for students. Assignments or class information will be released to students no later than 8 a.m. in Google Classroom. Students may have Google Live classroom sessions to check their Google Classroom by 8 a.m. to confirm student assignments and activities.
Fort Frye is using remote learning days instead of make-up dates at the end of the school year.
Wolf Creek Local Schools are closed. Today will be blizzard bag day No. 3