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Alert - Potential Inclement Weather
CCPS Issues Alert for Potential Inclement Weather Through Thursday, June 15
Posted on 06/14/2023
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Clayton County Public Schools’ (CCPS) leadership is sharing a report from the National Weather Service indicating that conditions associated with a system providing rainfall today, June 14, and continuing into Thursday, June 15, morning. The main impact to our area is expected to occur as the system passes through mid-Georgia during the evening and into the morning, providing substantial rainfall and possible thunderstorms.

Families with children participating in the district’s summer programs are advised to prepare for the potential conditions by dressing them appropriately in rain gear, including umbrellas if available. It is possible that weather conditions may cause delays in transportation. 

While the school district will continue to monitor conditions throughout this afternoon and evening, we encourage everyone to be safe and stay connected for updated information regarding any potential weather issues through the following outlets: 

  • All television and radio stations in the Metro Area

  • CCPS SchoolMessenger phone and email 

  • CCPS Infinite Campus portal 

  • CCPS Information – e-blast to employees and stakeholders 

  • CCPS Channel 24  (accessible through the CCPS Website)

  • CCPS Website:  

  • CCPS Social Media Platforms and CCPS Mobile APP

Clayton County Public Schools is sharing the following special weather alert:

A storm system is moving rapidly through an area that includes Clayton County. High wind gusts and heavy rains are expected to cause adverse driving conditions. District leadership is encouraging all employees to stay off the roads until 4:00 p.m. unless it is absolutely necessary. 

Once on the road, please be mindful of potential driving conditions that may cause issues (debris on roadway, downed power lines, non-functioning traffic signals, etc.). District transportation is fully aware of the potential driving issues and will take appropriate precautions.