Virtual classrooms have been integral in allowing a student to continue to keep up with studies during the COVD-19 epidemic. Now they are proving to be of worth for another reason. Due to the extended winter weather that is currently being experienced Jackson Parish School Superintendent David Claxton issued a statement on Tuesday afternoon that system schools will not be accepting students to their physical locations for the remainder of the week but virtual classes will be taking place Wednesday – Friday. In person classes are tentatively scheduled to resume Monday, February 22nd.
“Due to the inclement weather we are experiencing only virtual classes will be taking place throughout the week,” said Claxton in a statement issued over the Jackson Parish School District website and Facebook page. “Everyone please keep warm and stay safe. Look forward to seeing you soon.”