No school = no evening activities

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    Quote Originally Posted by theguru View Post
    What if a student...
    The student must be at school for at least half a day to play that evening.
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    Last edited by True blue (and gold); Feb 10, 16 at 04:39 PM. Reason: fixed quote tags

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    Quote Originally Posted by dallaslaredo View Post
    Boone County's default policy:

    If school is canceled: Schools will not be open for regular business.
    All afternoon and evening activities, including night school, are canceled as well.
    FYI - my quote is directly from the snow policy posted on the school district web site

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    Still have no good explanation why Conner girls couldn't play basketball last night, while 10 other schools in same NKY area did. plus 5 boys games too.
    Last edited by dallaslaredo; Feb 10, 16 at 04:52 PM.

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    Take my head off for this if you must but in my opinion, the ranking for quickest districts to call off games is as follows in NKY:
    1) Boone
    2) Kenton
    3) Bellevue

    After that I don't see much difference. Maybe NCC as they have "the hill." Private schools all make their own decisions. St. Henry and CovCath probably win the "stick it out" award.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dallaslaredo View Post
    Still have no good explanation why Conner girls couldn't play basketball last night, while 10 other schools in same NKY area did. plus 5 boys games too.
    I think Tuesday was a decision made at the superintendent office level.

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    Curious if the Officials scheduled to work the game are ever considered? Game cannot go on without them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankdracman23 View Post
    Curious if the Officials scheduled to work the game are ever considered? Game cannot go on without them.
    No.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawildcat View Post
    No.
    Well that is a shame then. These guys and gals work regular jobs and have to deal with traffic conditions and everything else that goes along with bad weather. They should be consulted and any decision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankdracman23 View Post
    Well that is a shame then. These guys and gals work regular jobs and have to deal with traffic conditions and everything else that goes along with bad weather. They should be consulted and any decision.

    If they can't make I'm
    Sure the assigning secretary could switch or change refs for the game

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    Quote Originally Posted by se7ens View Post
    Take my head off for this if you must but in my opinion, the ranking for quickest districts to call off games is as follows in NKY:
    1) Boone
    2) Kenton
    3) Bellevue

    After that I don't see much difference. Maybe NCC as they have "the hill." Private schools all make their own decisions. St. Henry and CovCath probably win the "stick it out" award.
    Highlands almost never cancels, since everyone can basically walk to school.

    ((Except for the football recruits. Who knows where they actually live))

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