Totem Closed; TAFA Operating on Partial Power, Parents Asked to Pick Up Students if Possible
The majority of the TAF Academy campus has no power or heat this morning. Students there were moved to classrooms that do have heat and power. Parents may come pick up their student, but are asked to check in at the TAFA office first. Students who are not picked up will continue the rest of the school day in the buildings with power and will be transported home at the normal time. Updates will be posted on this webpage.
Totem Middle School is without power or heat today. Parents may come pick up their student in the cafeteria. Sixth-graders will be dismissed at 8:30 a.m., 7th-graderswill be dismissed at 9 a.m. and 8th-graders will be dismissed at 9:30 a.m. Students remaining at the school after dismissal will be transported to a different site in the district that has power. TAFA is currently experiencing a partial power outage. Students there are being moved to classrooms that have heat and power. Updates will be posted on www.fwps.org.
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