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Who-Dey DELAY Monday, February 14

Posted on: February 10, 2022
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Excitement is at an all-time high in our buildings this week as our staff and students prepare for the long-awaited Bengals Super Bowl appearance. The Spirit Week celebrations are indications that many in our community will be rooting for a Bengals victory on Sunday evening. We anticipate that Super Bowl parties will last late into the evening, and students and staff will stay up later than normal.

While we recognize the excitement surrounding the game, we are also cognizant that many in our community rely on our buildings being open to receive the services provided to them while they are at school. Our district has worked hard in the past two years to prioritize in-person learning because we know students are best served inside our school buildings. 

As a district, we have decided to remain open on Monday, February 14th, but we will open all buildings on a 2-hour delay. This will allow our staff and students to stay up and cheer on the Bengals and be rested for school the next day. We hope to spend Monday together celebrating a Bengals Super Bowl victory. 

AM Kindergarten and AM Preschool will not meet on the 14th as a result of this delay. Students who attend county programs and local parochial schools will follow the announced schedules for those facilities. However, transportation to these facilities will run on the Lebanon City Schools 2-hour delay schedule.

Reminder: students are already scheduled to be off school at the end of next week for a five-day, long weekend. Students do not have school on Thursday, February 17; it is a professional development day for staff. Staff and students are off school Friday, February 18 and Monday, February 21.