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LIST: School delays, early dismissals in our region after severe weather

Multiple schools are making adjustments to their school day after severe weather hit much of our area Thursday night.

According to school leaders, Spiller Elementary in Wythe County will be released at 1:30 p.m. due to a power outage.

Additionally, out of an abundance of caution, both Craig County Schools and Alleghany Highlands Schools started two hours late on Friday as a result of potential road debris and high winds.

AHS said 12-month employees, excluding custodial and maintenance workers, arrived two hours late as well. The senior government trip has been postponed, school leaders said.

Roanoke County Schools also made an announcement saying that buses may be delayed or unable to reach students in the southwest area of the county due to downed trees and power lines.

Some of those affected neighborhoods include:

  • Whistler
  • Mt. Chestnut
  • Woodbrook Road
  • Grandin Rd. Extension
  • Sugarloaf Farms
  • Keagy Road

If 10 News learns of any school closures or delays, we will add them to this article.

Source: WSLS News 10

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