Schools around southwest Virginia announce delays, closures, remote learning amid Tuesday’s cold and windy weather

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(WFXR) — As many southwest Virginians wake up to frigid temperatures Tuesday morning, several school districts have already announced delays, closures, or transitions to remote for the day.

The following school districts have announced delays, closures, or virtual learning plans on Tuesday, Dec. 1:

Bland County Public Schools:

UPDATE: Rather than operating on a two-hour delay on Tuesday, Bland County Public Schools are now closed for the day.

Grayson County Public Schools:

Grayson County Public Schools’ website says all schools will be closed Tuesday, which means any parent/teacher conferences scheduled for Tuesday will be rescheduled for a later date.

Smyth County Public Schools:

Smyth County Public Schools are closed for Tuesday.

Tazewell County Public Schools:

Public school students in Tazewell County will be learning virtually on Tuesday.

Washington County Public Schools:

The school district’s website says Washington County Public Schools will be closed Tuesday due to inclement weather.

Wythe County Public Schools:

Wythe County school officials says the school district will operate on a two-hour delay on Tuesday, with dismissal scheduled for 3 p.m.

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