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School closings and delays for Jan. 26

January 26, 2021 News Extra

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Due to inclement weather the following schools are closed or delayed Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2021.

Check back for updates.

A-C Valley School District: 2-Hour Delay

The district will be operating under a 2-hour delay.

Butler Area School District: Closed, No Remote Instruction

Faculty and staff will have a remote Act 80/professional development day. There will be no remote learning for students.

Butler County Vo-Tech: Closed

All schools in the district will be closed.

Butler Meals on Wheels: Closed

The Butler Meals on Wheels is closed for the day.

Freeport Area School District: Closed, Remote Instruction

All schools in the district will be closed. Students will be learning remotely.

Karns City School District: 2-Hour Delay, Remote Instruction

The district will be operating under a 2-hour delay.

Moniteau School District: 2-Hour Delay

The district will be operating under a 2-hour delay.

Penn Christian School District: 2-Hour Delay

The district will be operating under a 2-hour delay.

Portersville Christian School: 2-Hour Delay

The school will be operating under a 2-hour delay.

Seneca Valley School District: 2-Hour Delay

The district is on a two-hour delay with modified kindergarten. The two-hour delay applies to both cohorts A and B.

Slippery Rock Area School District: Closed, Flexible Instruction Day

The district will be using Monday as a Flexible Instruction Day.

South Butler County School District: 2-Hour Delay

The district will operate under a 2-hour delay with modified kindergarten today. SBIES students who will be working remotely.

St. Luke Lutheran School: 2-Hour Delay

The district will be operating under a 2-hour delay.

Butler County and many other counties in western Pennsylvania are under a winter weather advisory.

The National Weather Service in Pittsburgh has issued the advisory that took effect at 6 p.m. Monday and to last until 10 a.m. today.

The advisory warned of potentially slippery and hazardous road conditions due to mixed precipitation, which could lead to up to one inch of snow accumulation and one-tenth an inch of ice, as well as possible snow.

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