(WSPA) – Several school districts have announced that they will be moving to e-learning for Friday, October 30 due to the affects of Tropical Storm Zeta.
In the Upstate:
Greenville County Schools will have an eLearning day on Friday. The district said numerous district locations are without power and a number of roads are impassable due to downed trees and power lines, posing a danger to bus travel.
The School District of Pickens County will also have eLearning Friday due to unsafe travel conditions and power outages.
The School District of Oconee County said they will implement an e-learning schedule Friday due to power outages at five schools.
Spartanburg School District One will hold an e-learning day Friday due to widespread power outages and downed trees and power lines.
In western North Carolina:
Polk County Schools will be closed while Rutherford County Schools will be open on a two-hour delay.