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LIST: Schools announce delays, virtual learning due to cold weather in South Mississippi

In anticipation of inclement weather and its impact on roads, several schools decided Thursday...
In anticipation of inclement weather and its impact on roads, several schools decided Thursday to delay opening or move to virtual learning for Friday.(WILX)
Published: Jan. 20, 2022 at 3:15 PM CST|Updated: Jan. 20, 2022 at 3:20 PM CST
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SOUTH MISSISSIPPI (WLOX) - Most South Mississippi school districts are open as normal Friday morning. In anticipation of inclement weather and its impact on roads, several schools decided Thursday to delay opening or move to virtual learning for Friday. Those include:

Hancock County School District: All Hancock County School District schools will have a delayed start for 2 hours on Friday, January 21. However, dismissal times will remain the same. Bus routes will also be delayed 2 hours. Also, breakfast may not be served at your child’s school but students will be served lunch.

George County School District: The district has decided to conduct a virtual learning day tomorrow, Friday, January 21. Students and staff should not report to campuses on this day. All students and staff should report back to school campuses on Monday, January 24

Stone County School District: All schools will be virtually learning on Friday, January, 20th.

Bay-Waveland School District: All schools will be canceled on Friday.

St. Stanislaus College and Holy Trinity Catholic School, both in Bay St. Louis, are canceling classes Friday.

Our Lady Academy: The school announced that classes will be canceled on Friday.

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