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  • The National Weather Service has predicted that dangerously low temperatures will continue through the remainder of the school week. Although NPS crews are working hard to clear parking lots and sidewalks, roadways and neighborhoods are expected to remain slick and hazardous due to sustained, below-freezing temperatures. As a result, school buildings will be closed Friday, February 19, and students will instead participate in remote learning. We understand families may continue to experience temporary power interruptions and as always, teachers will be flexible as they provide information about remote learning coursework. For more information about our winter weather procedures, visit www.normanpublicschools.org/safety.

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  • REMOTE LEARNING WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY...
    The National Weather Service has predicted additional snowfall for our area, as well as dangerously low temperatures that are expected to continue. As a result, school buildings will be closed Wednesday, February 17, and Thursday, February 18, and students will instead participate in remote learning. We understand many families are experiencing temporary power interruptions and as always, teachers will be flexible as they provide information about remote learning coursework. We continue to closely monitor weather conditions and will provide updates as more information becomes available. For more information about our winter weather procedures, visit www.normanpublicschools.org/safety.
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  • The National Weather Service has predicted that heavy snowfall and dangerously low temperatures will extend into the upcoming school week. As a result, school will be closed for a traditional snow day Monday February 15. School buildings also will be closed Tuesday, February 16, and students will instead participate in remote learning. Teachers will provide information regarding Tuesday’s coursework for students to complete during the remote learning day. We continue to closely monitor weather conditions and will provide updates regarding the remainder of the school week as soon as more information becomes available. For more information about our winter weather procedures, visit www.normanpublicschools.org/safety.

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  • NPS crews have worked diligently to prepare our buildings to safely welcome students into our schools tomorrow. As a result, school WILL be in session Friday, Feb. 12. However, we are closely monitoring weather conditions that are expected to develop over the weekend, and will provide information about school next week as soon as it becomes available. For more information about our winter weather procedures, visit www.normanpublicschools.org/safety.
     
    As you well know, our current weather places us in the middle of a bitter cold spell. While school is in session tomorrow, Friday, February 12, if you believe it is in the best interest of your children’s health and safety to keep them home, the absence will be excused. Please call the office at 366-5984 tomorrow morning if you will be keeping your child(ren) home.
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  • NPS crews have been evaluating sidewalks, parking lots, bus routes and neighborhood roads and with temperatures expected to remain frigid overnight, these areas will continue to be slick and hazardous tomorrow. As a result, school buildings will be closed and students will instead participate in remote learning Thursday, February 11. Teachers will provide information regarding coursework for students to complete during the remote learning day. For more information about our winter weather procedures, visit www.normanpublicschools.org/safety.

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  • No School on Monday, January 18, 2021 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.  See you back on Tuesday the 19th!

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