High School Level After School Activities Still On For Fayette County Schools

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Updated: 1/25/2013 4:48 pm
Fayette County School sponsored evening and after school activities at the high school level will continue as scheduled Friday evening and Saturday since road conditions have improved.

This does not include activities specifically cancelled earlier, including the District 7 Honor Band practice and concert or the KHSAA Cheerleading competition.

All FPCS-sponsored evening and afterschool activities at the elementary and middle school level remain cancelled on Friday, Jan. 25, but will go on as scheduled on Saturday, Jan. 26.

If any family feels road conditions in their area are unsafe, students will be excused from participation requirements.
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