(WSPA) – Upstate schools have announced eLearning for Wednesday due to significant amounts of ice and snow on the roads.


Due to hazardous road conditions in certain areas of the district, Anderson School Districts 1-5 will be having an eLearning day Wednesday.


All Buncombe County Schools will operate under an asynchronous remote learning plan on Wednesday, Jan. 19, and it will be an optional teacher workday, officials said. This is due to the severity of the weekend’s winter storm that has left many secondary roads difficult to travel.

According to school officials, students will learn independently tomorrow. By 10 a.m., teachers will upload assignments into their Learning Management System (LMS). Students may work at their own pace, however, assignments must be completed and turned in within five days.

If parents are able to travel safely, breakfast and lunch will be available for pick up at their child’s school between 11 and 1 p.m. Please call your cafeteria manager to place an order, BCS said. 


All Cherokee School Districts announced eLearning for Wednesday, Jan. 19.


Greenville County Schools announced that all schools will have an eLearning day on Wednesday.

This means schools and office buildings will be closed and all activities, including athletic events and field trips, are canceled.

Due to Greenville County Schools being an approved eLearning district, this day will not have to be made up and instruction will be provided through Google Classroom. 


Laurens County District 55 will have an eLearning day Wednesday.

All schools and offices will be closed. In addition, all activities, including athletic events and field trips, are also canceled for Wednesday.

Assignments will be posted through Google Classroom and students will have five school days from the date of return to school to complete assignments. Since LCSD 55 is an approved eLearning district, this day will not have to be made up at a later date.


Oconee County Schools announced that Wednesday will be an eLearning day for students.

This is due to poor road conditions in parts of the county and the threat of black ice.

Assignments will be posted by 10:00 a.m. Teachers will be available for office hours from 10:00 a.m. to
11:00 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Students will have 5 days upon returning to school to turn in assignments.


 The School District of Pickens County will be having a digital learning day for Wednesday, Jan. 19.

Due to the continued danger of icy roads, students will not attend school in person, school officials said. Digital learning days allow students to make up days missed to inclement weather or other emergencies by completing a set of assignments within five school days.


All Spartanburg School Districts will be switching to eLearning for Wednesday, Jan. 19.