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WEATHER UPDATE: School delays and closures

Updated: Jan 23, 2014 05:24 PM

(KYTX) -  The winter weather in East Texas prompts some local school districts and offices to cancel or delay classes today, Friday, January 24. Here is a list.

Closed

Broaddus ISD

Brookeland ISD

East Texas Community Health Services clinics

Fredonia Hills Baptist Academy

Hemphill ISD

Nacogdoches ISD 

The Nacogdoches Senior Center

Polk Co. Offices

Stephen F. Austin State University

Panola College - Shelby County Campus

Torchlight Preparatory Academy in Crockett

The following schools are delaying the start of classes Friday, January 24, because of the possible inclement weather conditions. 

Classes will begin at 10 a.m. 

Apple Springs ISD 

Angelina College

Buffalo ISD

Chester ISD 

Centerville ISD 

Colmesneil ISD

Corrigan - Camden ISD

Crockett ISD

Diboll ISD

Douglass ISD (Nacogdoches Co.)

Elkhart ISD

Etoile ISD

Frankston ISD 

Garrison ISD 

Grapeland ISD

Groveton ISD 

Hemphill ISD

Kennard ISD 

Laneville ISD

Leggett ISD

Martinsville ISD 

Zavalla ISD 

2-Hour Delay

Cross Roads

Mt. Enterprise ISD

Pineywoods Academy

St. Cyprian's Episcopal School

Trinity ISD - Buses will arrive for pickup two hours later than usual for students in Trinity. 

Woden ISD

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