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Closings and delays in the D.C. area for Tuesday, Jan. 21
By Washington Post staff, E-mail the writer
Following is a list of weather-related closings and delays for Tuesday:
(Montgomery County Public Schools, Howard County Public Schools and Arlington County Public Schools--except Barcroft--previously were scheduled off for students Tuesday unrelated to weather.)
Get updates on the winter storm and find the latest forecast for the Washington region.
● Federal government offices
●D.C. government offices
● Alexandria City Public Schools
● Anne Arundel Public Schools
●Calvert County Public Schools
●The Calverton School
● ● District of Columbia Public Schools
●DC Scholars Public Charter School
●Early Childhood Academy Public Charter School
● ●Fairfax County Public School
● Fauquier County Public Schools
●Georgetown Preparatory School cancelled
● Gonzaga College High School cancelled
● Holton Arms School
●Langley School in McLean
●Loudoun County Public Schools
●Montgomery County Schools have cancelled inservice. Transportation will not be provided for nonpublic schools, and administrative offices are open.
●Our Lady of Good Counsel High School
●Prince George’s County Public Schools and offices. Emergency personnel must report.
● Prince William County Public Schools
●St. John’s College High School
● ●St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School
● ●Sela Public Charter School
● ● Stafford County Public Schools. Administrative offices open at 10 a.m.
●Woodstream Christian Academy, Mitchellville, MD.Discussion PolicyAdd your comment
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