Cincinnati Public Schools will be closed on day after Super Bowl

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Kids in Cincinnati can stay up late watching the Bengals and, they hope, celebrating on Super Bowl Sunday.

Cincinnati Public Schools announced today that all schools will be closed on the Monday after the Super Bowl.

“In honor of the Bengal’s [sic] first Super Bowl appearance since 1988, CPS will not have school on Monday, February 14!” Cincinnati Public Schools wrote in a statement posted to social media. “Staff and students will have the day off to celebrate what we believe will be our city’s first-ever Super Bowl victory! #WhoDey”

Officials at other schools in the Cincinnati area have indicated that they are likely to close on the Monday after the Super Bowl as well.

10 responses to “Cincinnati Public Schools will be closed on day after Super Bowl

  1. ghjjf says:
    January 31, 2022 at 5:29 pm
    I guess football is more important than education, great message to send to the kids!


    Well its about time they learned something!

  2. That one kid with the petition to move the Super Bowl to Saturday is suddenly rethinking his position.

  3. I bet private schools where local politicians send their own kids will stay open for learning.

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