With the cancellation of classes in the Madison Metropolitan School District on Wednesday, all school-related activities such as sports, extra-curricular and after-school functions will not be held as well.
School spokesman Ken Syke told madison.com: "Anything related to the school day will not take place on Wednesday."
Madison School and Community Recreation (MSCR) will be operating on Wednesday, except for MSCR-run after-school programs for elementary, middle and high school students.
That means pre-school programs and adult activities will be held as scheduled on Wednesday.
What does the day of cancelled classes mean for the school year?
Syke said it isn't known at this time if the school year will have to be extended beyond the last day of class on June 10.
"This (cancellation of classes on Wednesday) isn't a snow day and is not weather-related, but is basically a job action, so we have to contact the state Department of Public Instruction on how to deal with it," Syke said.
He said it might not be known until next week if the Madison School District will be required to extend the school year.