Tuesday, January 28, 2014

CPS closed on Tuesday and other weather updates.

Schools will remain closed on Tuesday January 28th due to the extreme cold temps. You can recieve updates via either CPS' FB page or CPS' Twitter account in addition to CPS' 773.553.1000 for recorded message updates.

Also the City Colleges of Chicago has also cancelled classes on Tuesday as they have also cancelled classes on Monday in light of the cold weather. You can find updates via CCC's FB page and CCC's Twitter!

Feel free to use our Accuweather widget for your convenience at the top of the sidebar it to check out current conditions or visit the Accuweather website for weather forecasts!

Now just for the sake of talking some CPS closure news, I would like to share this Sun-Times article which not only discusses how many Chicago Alderman are unhappy with CPS closing schools. The article also discusses how people are coping with this "polar vortex".

How are you coping with the cold weather, so far? 

Also Ald. Anthony Beale of the 9th has information on warming centers around the city, but also refer to 311. Ald. Beale also had a community meeting to be held Tuesday night, however, that meeting has been cancelled.

In addition if you live near Pastor Corey Brooks' church on 6620 S. King Drive he's operating a warming center as well. Let us know who else is operating warming centers.

Finally the Tribune has news on alternative programming for children while schools are closed during this "polar vortex".
The YMCA of Metro Chicago is providing “School’s Out Day’’ activities at five Chicago facilities today and Tuesday, according to spokeswoman Michelle Damico.

Kids will be doing interactive crafts, active physical group games, skits and drama and other fun activities from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the following locations:

McCormick Tribune: 1834 North Lawndale Ave.

High Ridge: 2424 W. Touhy Ave.

South Side: 6330 S. Stony Island Ave.

South Chicago: 3039 East 91st St.

Rauner Family: 2700 S. Western Ave.

Check back for updates.

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