Manning High School prepares to become shelter ahead of Hurricane Idalia
MANNING, S.C. (WIS) - Manning High School is being prepared to become a shelter as the Midlands could see impacts from Hurricane Idalia this week.
According to Clarendon County School District (CCSD), this is “out of an abundance of caution,” but there’s been no word yet on if or when it will open as a shelter.
The school will begin operating on the following schedule starting on Wednesday:
Wednesday, Aug. 30: CCSD will operate on an early dismissal schedule
Thursday, Aug. 31: e-Learning Day at home, students should use their devices to complete class assignments in Good Classroom to be marked present for the day
Friday, Sept. 1: CCSD will operate on a 2-hour delay
After-school and athletic activities will be canceled on Wednesday, Aug. 30 and Thursday, Aug. 31. Games and matched will be moved to Saturday, Sept. 2 or later.
CCSD said updates will communicated through their usual channels, which include email, social media and the district’s website.
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