A late afternoon snow on Wednesday led to some light accumulation and slick roads across the region Thursday morning.
As a result, Fayetteville Public Schools will transition to online learning for the day (Jan. 20).
“We have made the decision to transition all Fayetteville Public Schools from in-person to online learning today, Thursday, January 20, due to inclement weather,” said superintendent John Colbert in an email to parts this morning. “Thursday will be considered Alternative Method of Instruction (AMI) day.”
A list of other schools that will be closed or moving to online instruction Thursday are below.
Fayetteville Montessori School
New School (Two hour delay)
NWA Community College (Open at 10 a.m.)
St. Joseph’s Catholic School
University of Arkansas (Campus open at 11 a.m., busses starting at 10 a.m.)
Schools moving to online learning
Fayetteville Public Schools
Elkins Public Schools
Eureka Springs Public Schools
Farmington Public Schools
Greenland Public Schools
Haas Hall Academy
Huntsville Public Schools
Lincoln Public Schools
Prairie Grove Public Schools
West Fork Schools