PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – All Philadelphia School District buildings will remain closed Tuesday, but that does not mean a snow day for students. They will once again have a half-day of virtual learning.
There will be a half-day of virtual instruction in the morning and independent assignments in the afternoon.READ MORE: Some Philadelphia Students Set To Return To Classroom Monday For First Time In Nearly A Year
Due to severe weather Tuesday, Feb. 2nd, virtual classes will be held with teacher-led instruction in the morning & asynchronous independent tasks assigned by the teacher in the afternoon. All School District buildings & offices will be closed. Read more: https://t.co/2JKX54yogK pic.twitter.com/1WS43qtbq2
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School district headquarters, buildings and access centers will be closed to families and non-essential staff.
Catholic parish and regional elementary schools in Philadelphia will conduct all-virtual learning Tuesday, as well.READ MORE: Philly Police Identify Suspect, Edward Prince, Wanted In Fatal Hit-And-Run That Dragged 60-Year-Old Feet Nearly 300 Feet
Philadelphia and surrounding counties are under a Winter Storm Warning until 4 p.m. Tuesday.
Meanwhile, trash and recycling pickup in Philadelphia is canceled again. People are asked to hold the materials until next Tuesday.
Stay with CBS3, CBSN Philly and CBSPhilly.com for the latest weather conditions.
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