Union County schools switch to full remote learning over Sally flooding concerns

Union County schools switch to full remote learning over Sally flooding concerns

UNION COUNTY, N.C. — Union County Public Schools announced Wednesday that the district will switch to full remote learning on Thursday over concerns of flooding due to Tropical Storm Sally.

The district posted on its Twitter that schools will move to full remote learning for the day “due to the potential for flooding and dangerous road conditions.”

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Friday will remain a remote learning day for all students.

Under the district’s current plan, students rotate going to campus once a week and learn remotely the rest of the time.

In the video at the top of this page, anchor Susanna Black speaks with parents who have mixed feelings on the district’s decision.

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