Due to the cold temps expected overnight into the morning and ice remaining on roads, MCPSS will be closed Thursday. We will reopen Friday on regular schedule and uniform dress. Employees will not report to work on Thursday.— MobilePublicSchools (@MobilePublicSch) January 17, 2018
School will be closed in Baldwin County on Thursday, January 18. Road conditions are not yet in condition for buses and motor vehicles to safely transport students to and from school.— Spanish Fort HS (@sfhs_toros) January 17, 2018
UPDATE: Santa Rosa County and Escambia County will be returning to school tomorrow.
Mobile County Public Schools will be closed on Wednesday due to extreme weather conditions. After-school activities – with the exception of after-school care – are canceled for Tuesday. MCPSS employees will not report to work on Wednesday. (1/2)— MobilePublicSchools (@MobilePublicSch) January 16, 2018
Schools will reopen Thursday on the regular schedule with uniform dress. (2/2)— MobilePublicSchools (@MobilePublicSch) January 16, 2018
Due to the chance of precipitation combined with freezing temperatures- all @SaralandSchools will be closed tomorrow, Wednesday, January 17th. Stay Safe! @SaralandHigh @SaralandMiddle @SaralandEarlyEd @SaralandElem— Aaron Milner (@wamilner) January 16, 2018
Satsuma City Schools will be closed tomorrow, Wednesday, January 17th due to the inclement weather. After-school activities for today are canceled. pic.twitter.com/GSTgBTujLK— Satsuma Schools (@SatsumaSchools) January 16, 2018
Spring Hill College is canceling all classes today, Tuesday, January 16, that are regularly scheduled to begin on or after 5:30 p.m. Officials are closely monitoring the cold weather system as it moves towards our area.— Spring Hill College (@sprhill) January 16, 2018