Multiple school districts in Western Kentucky canceled or limited after-school activities Monday night due to frigid weather in the forecast.
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In the Paducah region, McCracken County Schools and Community Christian Academy canceled after-school activities for Monday, and Paducah Public Schools canceled everything after 4:30 p.m. Each of these school districts announced this on their respective Facebook pages on Monday.
Fulton County Schools posted an alert on the district’s website Monday announcing that all after-school activities for Monday afternoon are also canceled there. Livingston County Schools also announced the cancellation of Monday’s after-school activities via its Facebook page.
Like Paducah Public Schools, Crittenden County Schools canceled all after-school activities after 4:30 p.m.
Carlisle County Schools announced the cancellation of games scheduled for Monday due to the weather forecast.
In northwest Tennessee, Obion County Schools also canceled all after-school activities for Monday.
In southern Illinois, Cairo Community Unit School District 1 announced that the community discussion with Min. Ralph Muhammad was canceled due to weather, and Joppa-Maple Grove Unit School District 38 announced that all practices and games for Monday evening have been canceled.
In our southeastern Missouri counties, schools in Cape Girardeau County were closed Monday due to road conditions. Schools were closed Monday in Scott County, except for the Sikeston R6 School District, which dismissed early. Schools in Mississippi County and New Madrid County also announced early dismissals due to the weather.
Parents unsure about after-school events not listed here can check their district’s social media pages and website, or contact their district for more information.
Some schools have also started announcing closures for Tuesday. For more updates on school closures and delays, click here to visit our Snowman 6 page.