Editor's Note: Here's the list of schools delayed for Tuesday, Jan. 9
Here's a list of school systems delayed two hours for Monday, Jan. 8.
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- Alamance-Burlington Schools
- Montgomery County Schools
- Randolph County Schools
- Danville Public Schools
Other Schools releasing early Monday:
- Asheboro City Schools are dismissing two hours early.
- Surry County Schools will dismiss at 10:30 a.m., all after school activities canceled
- Lexington City Schools dismissing two-and-a-half hours early
- Thomasville City Schools dismissing two hours early, all after school activities canceled
- Mount Airy City Schools (Mt. Airy Middle School and Jones Intermediate School dismissing at 10:15, Mt. Airy High School and Tharrington Primary School at 10:30)
- Rockingham County Schools to dismiss 3 hours early, all after school activities canceled (Wentworth Elem which will be dismissing at 11:30. Western Rock Middle and Rockingham Middle are dismissing at 12:25. Reidsville Middle and Holmes Middle are dismissing at 12:30. RECHS and SCORE are dismissing at 12:00. McMichael High is dismissing at 12:35. Reidsville High, Morehead High, and Rockingham County High are dismissing at 12:30.)
- Randolph County Schools to dismiss 3 hours early, all after school activities canceled (New Market Elementary School has disissed already due to a water issue at the school)
- Davidson County Schools to dismiss 3 hours early
- Davie County Schools to dismiss 3 hours early, all after school activities canceled
- Guilford County Schools to dismiss 2 hours early, all after school activities canceled (Twilight School closed Monday)
- Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools to dismiss 2 hours early
- Alamance-Burlington Schools have canceled after school activities
These school systems are closed Monday:
- Stokes County Schools
- Chatham County Schools
- Patrick County (Va.) Schools
- Carroll County (Va.) Schools
Much of the viewing area is under a winter weather advisory until midnight.
Alamance-Burlington School Systems announced a 2-hour delay for Monday, January 8, in the event of possible icy conditions as well as to make sure their buses are prepared.
Spokesperson for the Alamance-Burlington system Jenny Faulkner says the extra two hours will give the buses time to warm up and start properly since it's been last Wednesday since they were running. She says a mechanics will be out early Monday morning to make sure buses are ready to go. Faulkner says they've also scouted roads and areas on and near schools for icy patches so that contract crews can get them cleared. The school system has also been in contact with the DOT to report any trouble spots.
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