In a matter of a few hours, North Texas will be under a second Winter Storm Advisory this week. Now, some frazzled parents are left wondering what to do if school lets out for another day.
Although freeways and major thoroughfares remained for the most part free of ice, a handful of North Texas school districts cancelled classes Friday — citing icy conditions on side streets, sidewalks and parking lots.
Several of North Texas’ largest school districts and college campuses have decided to cancel classes Friday.
As winter weather brings a mix of precipitation to North Texas, some area schools have announced closings or delays. Here’s the complete list.
Not only is today the last days of class for students at nine schools in the Dallas Independent School District, but it’s also the last day the campuses will exist. DISD is shutting the doors of the schools for good.
When the doors to Bonham Elementary close permanently, The Dallas Independent School District has plans to move many students to nearby Robert E. Lee Elementary. Some parents, however, have other plans.
As North Texas braces for another round of treacherous weather, parents are hoping it won’t be as bad as expected.