Area schools are reopening after the weekend blizzard closed all schools in Pratt Monday. Area schools are reopening after the weekend blizzard closed all schools in Pratt Monday.
Area schools are reopening after the weekend blizzard closed all schools in Pratt Monday.
Skyline School will hold classes Tuesday, March 31 but with limited bus service. Each of the four cities in USD 438 will have a pickup point and a pickup and drop off time.
Buses will pick up students at 7 a.m. and let them off at 4 p.m., said Skyline Superintendent Mike Sanders.
Pickup points are: Sawyer Co-op Equity elevator, Coats Post Office, Cullison ADM Grain elevator and Byers Fire Station.
Some roads will probably be impassable and Skyline didn’t want buses to be the first bus down some of the country roads, Sanders said.
All parents should have their bus drivers phone number and should contact them if they have any questions.
All Skyline teachers can make it to school.
The Skyline grades 1,2 and 3 music program will be held as scheduled at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 31 at the school.
The community forum for the capital outlay mill levy question will also be held as scheduled at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, April 1 at the school, Sanders said.
Pratt Community College will reopen Tuesday. They have a few leaks across campus but nothing unusual and no damage so school will be open for classes Tuesday, March 31, said PCC President William Wojciechowski.
The USD 382 schools are waiting on a roof report from firefighters before they announce the reopening of schools, said USD 382 Superintendent Glen Davis.
The inspection is part of a citywide business and public building inspection prompted by the collapse of the ceiling in the New York Life offices in downtown Pratt.
Classes for Sacred Heart Holy Child won’t resume until Thursday due to some water issues.