Severe weather threat prompts delayed school opening for Tuesday, November 6

The threat of severe weather in the Tennessee Valley Monday night and Tuesday morning has school leaders making decisions about school schedules.

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  • Albertville City Schools – 2-hour delay – All employees should report at 8:00 unless otherwise directed
  • Athens Bible Schools -2-hour delay
  • Athens City Schools – 2-hour delay
  • Athens State University -2-hour delay
  • Arab City Schools – 2-hour delay
  • Big Cove Christian Academy – 2-hour delay
  • Boaz City Schools – 2-hour delay
  • Calhoun Community College – College will open at 9:30 a.m.
  • Country Day School – 2-hour delay
  • Cullman County Schools – 2-hour delay
  • Cullman City Schools – 2-hour delay
  • DeKalb County Schools – 2-hour delay
  • Drake State – Will open at 9:30
  • Etowah City Schools – 2-hour delay
  • Grace Lutheran School – 2-hour delay
  • Guntersville City Schools – CLOSED (The school day was originally scheduled to be a half day) – Staff report at 10:00 a.m.
  • Huntsville City Schools – 2-hour delay (The two-hour delay will also apply to all HCS employees, unless otherwise directed by your supervisor.)
  • Jackson County Schools – 2-hour delay
  • Lawrence County Schools – 2-hour delay
  • Limestone County Schools – 2-hour delay
  • Lincoln Academy – 2-hour delay
  • Madison Academy – 2-hour delay
  • Madison City Schools – 2-hour delay
  • Madison County Schools – 2-hour delay
  • Marshall County Schools – 3-hour delay
  • Morgan County Schools – 2-hour delay
  • Northeast Alabama Community College – Will open at 9:30 a.m.
  • Randolph School – Will begin at 9:20 a.m.
  • St. John Paul II – 2-hour delay (Classes to begin at 9:50 a.m.)
  • Wallace State Community College – classes will begin at 9:30 a.m.
  • Westminster Christian – 2-hour delay

WHNT News 19 will update this list as more school systems make announcements.

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