Several school districts switch to all virtual instruction due to winter weather

(CBS 58) – Several area school districts are switching to all virtual classes on Tuesday, January 26 due to winter weather.

The districts can be found below:

Brown Deer School District:

The Brown Deer School District and Athletics are canceled today due to the Winter Weather Warning. Virtual Asynchronous lessons will be provided.

Cardinal Stritch University

Cudahy School District

Fox Point-Bayside School District

Greendale School District

Hartford Union High School

Kenosha Unified School District

Milwaukee Area Technical College:

Campuses are closed Tuesday, Jan. 26 due to weather. Online courses continue as scheduled.

Milwaukee Public Schools:

All Milwaukee Public Schools day programs, 50 Stop, Grab & Go locations, and school building are closed. All virtual learning will continue and MPS district offices will remain open.

Mount Mary University

Port Washington-Saukville School District:

Due to weather conditions, grades K-12 will have a virtual day today, and students should log in virtually. All school buildings are closed, and after school activities are cancelled.

Randall Consolidated School District

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee:

All virtual instruction, no in-person learning

Wauwatosa School District

A full list of closings can be found here.

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