Are livingston county schools closed today?

WHMI-FM 93-5 1277 Parkway Howell, Michigan 48843.Ann Arbor public schools will have a day of distance learning on Wednesday, February. Tecumseh public schools (remote learning, closed preschool and kindergarten). Livingston County is currently experiencing slippery roads and low temperatures. ANN ARBOR, MI - With significant snowfall expected in southeastern Michigan in the coming days, school districts across the region are already calling for classes to be canceled due to inclement weather.

Inclement weather and icy roads caused some schools in Washtenaw and Lenawee County to cancel classes on Tuesday, January 3.The Howell Public Schools Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, gender (including sexual orientation or transgender identity), disability, age, religion, height, weight, marital or family status, military status, descent, genetic information, or any other category protected by law (collectively, “Protected Classes”), in its programs and activities, including employment opportunities. ANN ARBOR, MI - As snow and rain begin to arrive in southeastern Michigan on Thursday, schools across the region have decided to cancel classes on Friday in February. While transportation personnel check the state of the roads, teleconferences between Livingston County superintendents analyze current and expected weather and road conditions. Due to varying conditions across Livingston County, some schools are closing while Howell schools are not.

Other factors that can cause school cancellation include power outages and problems with school buildings or facilities. Don't call the Livingston Township Police Department to find out if school is delayed or closed. We will cancel school if the constant temperature of the windy air is expected to be -20°F or lower when a student is waiting for a bus or walking to school. Livingston public schools use Blackboard Connect to send alerts to parents about delayed openings, school closures, early layoffs and other emergencies.

The decision to open or close schools when the weather is bad is a difficult decision and LPS is very sensitive to how these decisions affect you and your family. While a good number of districts already had Friday off as part of the regular winter vacation that lasted until Presidents' Day on Monday, some that did have in-person classes chose to cancel classes due to a mixture of snow and rain that made driving dangerous on Friday.

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