No more inclement weather days for five S.C. school districts

December 6, 2018

The change is part of a pilot program for the 21 schools in Anderson School District Five as well as four other South Carolina school districts. Students will use Chromebooks to receive their lessons on days when schools have to close for inclement weather.

One school district in South Carolina has gotten rid of snow days. In fact, they’ve done away with all inclement weather days altogether.

The change is part of a pilot program for the 21 schools in Anderson School District Five as well as four other South Carolina school districts: Spartanburg 1, Spartanburg 7, Pickens and Kershaw.

Anna O. Baldwin, director of eLearning and integration for Anderson School District Five, told “Good Morning America” the kids use Chromebooks to receive their lessons on days when schools have to close for inclement weather.