ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Keep the mittens in the drawer and the sleds in the shed. There will be no snow day for Timmy while he learns from home.
With a strong storm system expected to blast the city at the start of the week, Albuquerque Public Schools announced Friday that there will not be delays or closures for weather while kids learn remotely.
Except for students with special needs who come on to campus for small groups, classes will be expected to start on time.
But the district will be flexible if internet access is affected by a storm. If that happens, students are “encouraged” to do work that doesn’t require the internet and check in with their teacher once power is up.