E-learning Continues Due to Road Conditions

Daniel Prince

Schools will resume normal schedule tomorrow

The Union County School District has announced that all schools will have another e-learning day today due to continued hazardous road conditions early in the morning after another cold night tonight. Teachers will be allowed to work from home. School office and district-level staff will observe a two-hour delay to allow road conditions to improve and should report by 10 a.m. Wednesday. Schools will reopen on a normal schedule on Thursday, January 20.

Union Christian Day School will also be closed today due to continuing icy conditions around the school building and in other areas of the county. They also plan to return to a normal schedule on Thursday.
USC Union returns to a normal schedule, though they note that students should use their best judgement when traveling to campus.

All Spartanburg Community College campuses and offices will open at 9:30 a.m. today, and day and evening classes will be held.

USC Upstate will continue to hold all classes remotely today, and the school asks that students contact their professors for more information. University offices will operate on a normal schedule.
County and city offices will be open on normal schedule today.

Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System noted that most of its offices will be opening today at 10 a.m. That includes the Medical Group of the Carolinas Family Medicine-Union office, as well as the MGC Hematology and Oncology of Union practice and the Bearden Josey Center for Breast Health-Union office. The Gibbs Cancer Center and outpatient services will open at 10, as well. If there are exceptions, they will be posted to www.spartanburgregional.com/patients-visitors/special-hours. If the practice’s opening time conflicts with a scheduled appointment, please call your doctor’s office to discuss it.

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