School Closings and Delays for Wednesday

School Closings & Delays due to Wintry Weather Forecast

With wintry weather expected to bring between 2-to-5 inches of snow and sleet to the west and northwest of Fort Worth, a number of school districts in Hood, Palo Pinto, Parker, and Wise counties have closed of delay classes today.

Forecasters say the heaviest precipitation is expected between 2 AM and 10 AM.

SCHOOL DISTRICTS THAT WILL BE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAY:

CLOSED

Aledo Independent School District – CLOSED

Alvord ISD – CLOSED

Boyd ISD – CLOSED

Brock ISD – CLOSED

Building Blocks CDC – Expedition – CLOSED

Compass Children’s Academy – CLOSED

Decatur ISD – CLOSED

Drive Smart Driving School – CLOSED

Gainesville ISD – CLOSED WEDNESDAY

Glen Rose ISD – CLOSED

Gordon Independent School District – CLOSED

Graford Independent School District
Closed on Wednesday and will delayed Thursday until 10 a.m. Buses will run two hours later than normal.

Granbury ISD – CLOSED

Millsap ISD – CLOSED

Mineral Wells ISD – CLOSED

Poolville ISD – CLOSED

Palo Pinto ISD – CLOSED

Santo ISD – CLOSED

Springtown ISD – CLOSED

Weatherford Christian School CLOSED

Weatherford ISD CLOSED

White Settlement ISD – CLOSED

 

SCHOOLS REPORTING A 2-HOUR DELAY

High Point Academy – OPENING AT 10:00 AM

Lindsay ISD – OPENING AT 10:17 AM

Bluff Dale ISD – OPENING AT 10:00 AM

Granbury ISD
Schools will open two hours late. Elementary schools will begin at 9:30 a.m., middle schools will begin at 10:36 a.m., STARS Accelerated High School will begin at 10:40 a.m. and Granbury High School will begin at 10:55 a.m.
Morning pre-kindergarten is canceled, as is the morning extended school day program

Little Tigers Learning Center – CLOSED

Morgan Mill ISD – OPENING AT 10:00 AM

North Central Texas Academy – OPENING AT 10:30 AM

Tarleton State University – OPENING AT 12:00 PM

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