• Students at Kirby High School will not be in class Monday and Tuesday, SCS says

    By: Ryan Glover


    MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Kirby High School students will be out of school again for Monday and Tuesday, according to SCS.

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    According to SCS, parents and students were notified that classes will be closed for Monday and Tuesday Sunday evening. However, SCS is planning on holding another community event for parents, teachers, students etc. for Monday, September 10 at 6 p.m. at the Hickory Ridge Middle School, which is located in the 3900 block of Ridgeway Rd. 

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    SCS also confirmed to FOX13 they are planning on holding another media event before the actual community event Tuesday between 4 and 5 p.m. at the Board of Education. 

    FOX13 has learned that SCS is planning to have no school for Kirby High School students on Monday and Tuesday. However, teachers will report to Hickory Ridge Middle for a teachers day Tuesday to meet with fellow teachers and staff about a specific plan moving forward. 

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    FOX13 has also confirmed with SCS media relations Natalia Powers that the plan for now is for students to return to school Wednesday for a half day. Students will be going to the Hickory Ridge Middle School for that half day.

    For a full schedule and updated information on where and when students will go, click HERE.

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