Fayette County Schools Using New Notification System

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 1/12/2012 5:48 pm
Parents are keeping a close eye on school delays and cancellations.

And now in Fayette County, a phone call from the District will help keep them in the loop.

Federal grant money paid for the new 'Immediate Response Information System' or 'IRIS'.

Families in Fayette County will get a recorded phone message between 5:30am and 5:45am if there's a change in school schedules because of the weather.
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