Fayette County Public Schools will move to online learning Tuesday as winter weather moved into the region late Sunday and early Monday morning.
Students will have a non-traditional instruction day as winter weather conditions and icy roads continue, said district spokesperson Dia Davidson-Smith.
Families and staff members were expected to receive more details from the district, Davidson-Smith said.
All sports practices and extracurricular practices were canceled Monday due to ”rough weather and road conditions,” Davidson-Smith said earlier in the day.
Schools were already closed Monday due to the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
Fayette County was under a winter weather advisory through Tuesday morning, according to a post on X from WKYT meteorologist Chris Bailey.
Several other Kentucky school districts canceled in-person classes Tuesday, including Scott and Jessamine, which adjoins Fayette County.
This story will be updated as new information is available.