Should JCPS make closing decisions the night before predicted snow?
Louisville, Ky. (WHAS11) - Jefferson County Public Schools have made their decision and will be closed again Wednesday after accessing road conditions.
WHAS11 News talked to some people who say they can already tell how the roads will be and believe JCPS should be closed and make the call so they can plan childcare Wednesday.
All the school districts bus compounds have to be plowed and so do all the school parking lots before JCPS can have school Wednesday.
“We know already subdivisions that kids are going to have trouble standing in where the normal bus stops are so we know that neighborhoods right now nothing has been done to them probably will not have anything done to them,” says Rick Caple.
Jefferson County school leaders say they want to dispel a rumor about them making their decision about based on money.
If the district doesn't have classes for a snow day they don't get federal dollars for that day missed.
But they get the money at the end of the school year when they have to make up that day.