SNACS will provide all classes via distance learning due to dense smoke and unhealthy air quality. SNACS is following the Washoe County Health Department health advisories and air quality guidelines and the Washoe County School District for schools on Friday, August 28, 2020. The Washoe County Health Department air quality index is currently 163, unhealthy. You can locate the information by clicking the Washoe County Health Department Air Quality Index.
Due to unexpected dense smoke moving into our region yesterday evening and throughout the night, we will revert to full distance learning today, Friday, August 28. Teachers will contact students and families to teach distance learning via Google classroom and zoom.
Smoke patterns and density are very difficult to predict with any kind of certainty. However, all indicators are that the smoke today, Friday, August 28, is not forecasted to improve.
Information regarding food services and pick up will be provided to families later this morning.
Essential staff should report to school buildings as needed. All other staff will be provided further direction.
To repeat, today, Friday, August 28, will be a full distance learning school day.