Quantcast


Last updated: January 24. 2014 5:31AM - 7350 Views
info@limanews.com



Story Tools:

Font Size:

Social Media:

Frigid forecasted temperatures and blowing snow led some districts to delay the start of classes Friday morning:

Ada schools: Two-hour delay. Students in grades 6-12 in town may ride the bus to and from school. Report to a town bus stop to ride.

Allen East schools: Two-hour delay.

Bath schools: Two-hour delay.

Bluffton schools: Two-hour delay.

Columbus Grove schools: Two-hour delay.

Cory-Rawson schools: Two-hour delay.

Crestview schools: Two-hour delay, no morning latchkey.

Delphos schools: Two-hour delay.

Delphos St. John's schools: Two-hour delay, plan B preschool.

Elida schools: Closed.

Lima Central Catholic: Two-hour delay.

Lima schools: Closed.

Lincolnview schools: Two-hour delay.

McComb schools: Two-hour delay.

Parkway schools: Two-hour delay.

Perry schools: Two-hour delay.

Shawnee schools: Two-hour delay.

Spencerville schools: Two-hour delay.

St. Charles school: Two-hour delay.

St. Gerard school: Two-hour delay.

St. Marys schools: Two-hour delay.

St. Rose school: Two-hour delay.

Upper Scioto Valley schools: Closed.

Vantage Career Center: Two-hour delay for high school classes.

Van Wert schools and Lifelinks: Two-hour delay.

Wapakoneta schools: Two-hour delay.

Waynesfield-Goshen schools: Two-hour delay.

West Central Learning Academy: Closed. Students should continue working from home.


Comments
All user comments are subject to our Terms of Service. Users may flag inappropriate comments.
comments powered by Disqus



Featured Businesses


Poll



Info Minute



Gas Prices

Mt. Gilead Gas Prices provided by GasBuddy.com