Schools Closed/Delayed Thursday Due to Severe Weather Threat

After consulting with Lee County Emergency Management Agency and the National Weather Service, Lee County Schools will be closed tomorrow, Thursday, February 6th, for all students, teachers, and staff other than 12-month employees. 12-month employees should report to work tomorrow after a 3-hour delay if it is safe to do so. Please, notify your supervisor if conditions prohibit your safe travel to work.

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Quitman County School District has made the decision to cancel school tomorrow, Thursday, February 6, 2020. The latest weather advisory indicates that Quitman County will experience severe weather tonight and tomorrow. These conditions are unsafe for travel on the roadways. Continue to check our District Website & Facebook Page for updates.

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Randolph County High School will start two hours late tomorrow, Feb. 6th.

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With support and assistance from the Lee County Emergency Management Agency, Auburn City Schools is continuing to monitor the current and forecast weather situation.  With the potential for strong thunderstorms, significant rainfall and wind gusts, system administrators will continue to evaluate weather conditions to determine any impact on school schedules moving forward. Should the weather dictate a need to cancel school, a decision and announcement will be made by 5:00am in the morning (Thursday, February 6).

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Based on the latest information from the Lee County EMA, the Opelika City Schools plan to have a regular school day on Thursday, February 6.  We will be monitoring the weather with Lee County EMA and if plans change due to weather, a decision will be posted on the school website and to all social media platforms by 5:00 a.m.  The information will also be sent to the local media.

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King, Darden, and Edelman Head Start Center in Auburn will be closed on Thursday 2-6-20.  ACHR Energy Assistance Program and Tax program at King Center in Auburn will also be closed on Thursday.

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From David Owen, Chambers Academy Headmaster: I would like to share that for all of our daycare families and staff that both our pre-school/daycare and our K-12 school at CA will be closed tomorrow. I am canceling school for CA for Thursday, February 6th, due to the increased threat of severe weather and flash flooding for our area.  I would encourage each of you to stay aware of the potential threats of severe weather and stay safe.  It is my hope to error on the side of caution to cancel school so none of our children or their family members are placed in harm’s way due to the storm. Please take care during this storm system.

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After consulting with Russell County Emergency Management Agency and the National Weather Service, Russell County Schools will be closed tomorrow, Thursday, February 6th.

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Dr. Julie Graham, Assistant Headmaster Glenwood School: I wanted to let you know that we decided to close school tomorrow (Thursday). Thanks and stay safe tonight!

 

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