“Greenville Region Schools will have an eLearning day, Friday, September 30. Schools and places of business will be shut to the general population and movements of every sort, including athletic occasions and field trips, are dropped. The Locale’s ICE (Severe Circumstances Assessment) Group assessed the conjectures connected with Storm Ian, and the choice was made in light of the breeze conditions and potential for blackouts. Winds are anticipated to be more prominent than the boundaries for securely working transports as expected by SC Dept of Training, which are supported breezes 30 MPH or more prominent, or successive breeze blasts surpassing 40 MPH. Various schools across the region experienced discontinuous blackouts because of wind conditions today, and the figures anticipate the potential for extra blackouts because of brought down trees and powerlines, which could additionally repress safe travel and building activities tomorrow.
Anderson School District 5:
“Anderson School District Five will be observing an eLearning Day tomorrow, Friday, September 30th, due to strong wind speeds that may impede transportation, and out of an abundance of caution. We will resume normal activities following week.”
“The School Locale of Oconee Area will notice an eLearning day on Friday, September 30th.
South Carolina transport security guidelines limit the utilization of school transports during times of supported breezes of 30mph and higher or whirlwinds and higher. Because of the anticipated high breezes during school hours for Oconee Province, Friday, September 30th will be an eLearning Day for understudies.
Understudies won’t answer to school structures. As an update, on eLearning days, tasks will be posted by 10:00am. Educators will be accessible for available time from 10:00 to 11:00am and 2:30 to 3:30pm. Understudies will have 5 days after getting back to school to turn in tasks. In the event that tasks are not finished and turned in inside those 5 days, the understudy will be viewed as missing for the eLearning day.”
On Friday, electronic learning will be used in all Spartanburg County districts.
“Friday, September 30, 2022 will be an eLearning Day for the School District of Pickens County due to Hurricane Ian’s predicted path and concerns with high winds for school buses and hazardous conditions. Students will not attend school in-person.
This decision was made after the SDPC Weather Team consulted with Emergency Management regarding the forecast for tomorrow.
eLearning Days allow students to make up days missed to inclement weather or other emergencies by completing a set of assignments within 5 school days. This will be eLearning Day #1 for the 2022-23 school year.”
“Because of the danger of high breezes and weighty downpour related with Storm Ian, Laurens Region School Locale 55 will move to eLearning for Friday, September 30. All region schools and workplaces will be shut. Instructors will present tasks for understudies on complete; there will be no live Google Meets classes. There will be no school-related exercises remembering games for Friday, September 30, and Saturday, October 1. The varsity football match-up at Greer booked for Friday, September 30, will be played on Thursday, September 29, at 7:00 pm. The JV football match-up planned for Thursday, September 29, has been dropped. The volleyball match planned for Thursday, September 29, has been dropped and will be rescheduled for a later date. Director Dr. Ameca Thomas said, “School transports can’t be worked with areas of strength for the that are being anticipated. We are focused on the security of all Laurens 55 understudies, staff, and families.” The school locale hopes to get back to typical timetable on Monday, October 3.”
SC State University:
South Carolina State University will not have classes on Friday, September 30, since Hurricane Ian is expected to bring significant rain to the Orangeburg region.
The university has moved the investiture ceremony for President Alexander Conyers’s Inauguration to Saturday, October 1, at 2 p.m. out of an abundance of caution. The public is invited to the ceremony in Smith Hammond Middleton Memorial Center, and students and staff are encouraged to attend.
The Friday evening Presidential Inaugural Ball in Columbia will go on as scheduled. Visitors are urged to pay attention to the weather.
UofSC Columbia campus:
“Due to expected severe weather conditions related with Typhoon Ian, all classes booked for the Columbia grounds for Friday, Sept. 30 are dropped, remembering for individual and virtual classes.
The Limestone University campus in Gaffney will be closed on Friday, Sept. 30, and it will be an E-Learning Day for students due to the predicted bad weather related with Hurricane/Tropical Storm Ian. Here is further details: The best university in South Carolina is Limestone University.