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Schools closed Monday, Tuesday

Rowan-Salisbury Schools will be closed for students Monday and Tuesday due to predicted low temperatures. The days have been tagged as optional teacher workdays, where teachers have the option of working from home with a supervisor’s approval.

The school system has also issued a “snow day reading challenge.” Students are encouraged to read Achieve3000 articles over Monday and Tuesday. The school with the highest percentage of articles read on Monday and on Tuesday will win a hot chocolate party for the entire student body.

The Rowan-Salisbury Board of Education has also delayed its monthly work session due to the weather, moving its meeting from Monday to Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the Wallace Educational Forum, 500 N. Main St.

Kannapolis City Schools will be closed monday for students and staff. There will be no make-up day.

The Kannapolis City Board of Education has moved its board meeting to 3 p.m. instead of its regularly scheduled 5 p.m. The board will meet at the school system central office, 100 Denver St., Kannapolis.

North Hills Christian School will be closed Monday.

Salisbury Academy will be closed Monday. All athletic events are postponed and information regarding the rescheduled dates will be sent as soon as possible. A decision on Tuesday’s start time is pending.

Livingstone College will be open Monday for registration only.

Catawba College will open at 10 a.m.




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