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Severe weather forces early school closings

Phenix City Schools are dismissing early because of the severe weather in the area. We'll continue to update this list as we hear about other schools closing.

GLENWOOD SCHOOL: Dismissing at 11 a.m.

MILLER MOTT TECHNICAL COLLEGE: Closed for the rest of the day

CVCC: Closing campus today at 1:00 p.m.  All evening classes will be cancelled and the College will resume a normal schedule on Thursday, January 31.

PHENIX CITY SCHOOLS: Dismissal at 1 p.m. of South Girard, Central Freshman Academy, and Central High School.

Phenix City Head Start closing at 12:30 EST

It is their intention to dismiss PCIS and all of the elementary schools at 4 p.m. if the weather has cleared. If the weather has not cleared, they will delay their dismissal for 30 to 45 minutes.

CHAMBERS COUNTY SCHOOLS: Closing at 12:30 EST with buses loading at 12 EST.

TAYLOR COUNTY SCHOOLS: All schools are closing 30 minutes early.

TALBOT COUNTY SCHOOLS: Releasing students at 1:30.

SCHLEY COUNTY SCHOOLS: Schools closing at 2:45.

EUFAULA SCHOOLS: All after school activities (extended day, SES tutoring, 21st Century, sports practices, band practices, parent advisory committee meeting, etc.) are cancelled due to inclement weather.

MUSCOGEE COUNTY SCHOOLS: All after school extracurricular activities (athletics) are being cancelled. There are no school closings.

HARRIS COUNTY SCHOOLS: Elementary will close at 12:15 p.m. Intermediate, Middle, and High will close at 1 p.m.

STEWART COUNTY SCHOOLS: Stewart County Middle will be closing at 12:30 and Stewart County High at 12:45 due to water main break, not weather.

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