Thursday, December 1, 2022

Tri-county schools move to remote learning due to Ian

SOUTHEASTERN N.C. — Schools in the tri-county region will be operating under a remote-learning schedule Friday. The decision was made as Hurricane Ian made landfall in Florida around 3 p.m. Wednesday.

The remnants of the hurricane, bringing possible tornadoes, potential heavy rainfall and wind gusts are expected to reach southeastern North Carolina Friday into Saturday.

Teachers, staff, and students are not to report to school in any of the counties. According to all three districts, it will be an “asynchronous remote-learning day,” meaning students will work at their on pace assignments, without virtual instruction.

All questions can be directed to the school districts.


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Shea Carver
Shea Carver
Shea Carver is the editor in chief at Port City Daily. A UNCW alumna, Shea worked in the print media business in Wilmington for 22 years before joining the PCD team in October 2020. She specializes in arts coverage — music, film, literature, theatre — the dining scene, and can often be tapped on where to go, what to do and who to see in Wilmington. When she isn’t hanging with her pup, Shadow Wolf, tending the garden or spinning vinyl, she’s attending concerts and live theater.

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