List: Coast schools delay, cancel or move to virtual classes with ice storm forecast

Amanda McCoy/Sun Herald file
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The possibility of icy weather Thursday night into Friday morning is prompting schools to close, delay the start of classes or move to virtual learning.

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Here is the current list:

Bay Waveland School District —Closed Friday due to possible ice at the time of the morning commute. Soccer will proceed as scheduled at home at 5 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. unless extreme weather conditions prohibit them.

George County School District — The district will conduct a virtual learning day Friday.

Hancock County School District — Schools will have a 2-hour delay Friday. Dismissal times will remain the same. Bus routes will be delayed 2 hours. Students may dress in warm clothes Friday. Breakfast may not be available but lunch will be served.

Pearl River County School District — Schools will be open regular schedule Friday. The district has been in consultation with Pearl River County Emergency Management and temperatures are not forecast to reach a level that would freeze the roads in that area overnight.

Stone County School District — The district will move to virtual instruction and all buildings will be closed.

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