According to Metro EMA Director Jason Deal, the National Weather Service increased the predicted amount of ice and snow accumulation for Moore County to a half inch on Sunday at their 1 p.m. briefing.
On Monday night, the Metro Board of Education approved a one-time bonus for Moore County teachers funded with state dollars.
According to league officials, Lynchburg Junior Pro’s 2020-21 season will be postponed until further notice due to rising COVID 19 cases in Moore County.
Attention Parents: Free flu shots will be given at all Moore County School next week – October 13 at MCHS and October 15 at LES. The deadline to return the form is Friday, October 9.
Despite a narrow loss in Fayetteville last Friday, Raiders are still one of the top 10 Class 1A teams in the state, according to the AP.
Fresh off two home wins, the Raiders travel to Cornersville on Friday for their first conference match up.
Raiders combined grit and effort to snag a 15-0 win over Cascade in the home opener.
All Moore County students will learn remotely on Wednesday to help teachers catch up and students to be better prepared should COVID force school closures.
The Metro School Board voted Monday to let individual school absenteeism rates drive the decision whether or not to close schools due to COVID-19.
This school year, parents have the option to send their kids for in person school or stay at home for remote learning. The remote learning application deadline is July 28.