NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Metro Nashville Public Schools will hold classes virtually Monday.
The district announced tomorrow as a remote learning day due to remaining ice and snow on some neighborhood roads. MNPS is out of snow days for the school-year and will either utilize virtual learning for inclement weather or extend into summer.
Attendance will be taken for all students.
In-person extracurricular activities and meetings are canceled.
MNPS says its phased-in schedule for in-person learning remains the same. Fifth and 9th grade students transitioning back to traditional learning return to classrooms on Tuesday. Sixth through 8th grade return on Thursday.