School closures, delays, dismissals because of Hurricane Ida

Published: Aug. 29, 2021 at 5:11 PM CDT|Updated: Aug. 30, 2021 at 11:19 PM CDT
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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - Some school systems in Alabama are changing their school days on Tuesday, August 31, 2021, because of the impact from Hurricane Ida.

Tuesday, August 31 -

Anniston City Schools - closed (Employees report to work at 9:00 a.m.)

Blount County Schools - virtual (students and employees)

Calhoun County Schools - Students will begin virtual learning; Employees will be delayed 3 hours

Cullman City Schools - closed

Cullman County Schools - virtual

Donoho School Anniston - 2 hour delay

Etowah County Schools - delayed 3 hours Tuesday

Fairfield City Schools - closed

Gadsden City Schools - 3 hour delay

Haleyville City Schools - virtual

Holy Family Catholic Academy - virtual

i3 Academy - students will be remote

Jacksonville Christian Academy - 2 hour delay

Jacksonville City Schools - 3 hour delay

Marion County Schools - Closed Tuesday

Mt. Pilgrim Christian Academy - Closed Tuesday

Oneonta City Schools - Remote Tuesday (students and employees)

Oxford City Schools - 3 hour delay

Pickens County Schools - Delayed 2 hours Tuesday

Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic School- 3 hour delay

St. Clair County Schools - Delayed 2 hours Tuesday

Sylacauga City Schools - Delayed 2 hours Tuesday

Talladega City Schools - 2 hour delay

Talladega County Schools -2 hour delay

Sylacauga City Schools- 2 hour delay

Walker County Schools - closed Tuesday

Wallace State Community College - closed Tuesday

Westbrook Christian School - 3 hour delay Tuesday

Wednesday, September 1 -

Haleyville City Schools - virtual

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