Fayetteville schools move to virtual classes Wednesday due to weather

Fayetteville Public Schools will move to virtual classes only on Wednesday, Feb. 10 due to winter weather that fell Tuesday evening.

From the announcement:

Due to inclement weather, all Fayetteville Public Schools campuses will be closed on Wednesday, February 10. All students will participate in asynchronous virtual learning tomorrow, completing their assignments for the day at their own pace and not participating in online meetings.

Students will be given assignments that have been predetermined by their teachers, similar to the virtual learning days throughout the school year.

Haas Hall Academy also announced they will pivot to virtual classes on Tuesday.

Other schools around the region have made similar announcements.

Here’s a list of other schools that have reportedly closed or moved to virtual learning. Feel free to let us know of other cancellations in the comments below.

– Fayetteville Public Schools
– Haas Hall Academy
– Bentonville Public Schools
– Decatur Schools
– Elkins Schools
– Farmington Schools
– Gentry Schools
– Gravette Schools
– Greenland Schools
– Huntsville Schools
– Prairie Grove Schools
– Springdale Schools
– West Fork Schools
– University of Arkansas will open at 10 a.m.