School delays for Friday, Nov. 30


Foggy conditions delayed the start of classes.

Foggy conditions delayed the start of classes.


File photo | The Lima News

Foggy conditions led some area schools to delay the start of classes Friday:

Ada schools: Closed.

Allen East schools: Closed.

Apollo Career Center: Two-hour delay.

Bath schools: Two-hour delay.

Bluffton schools: Two-hour delay.

Brookhill Center: Closed.

Celina schools: Closed.

Center for Autism and Dyslexia: Closed.

Coldwater schools: Closed.

Columbus Grove schools: Two-hour delay.

Continental schools: Closed.

Crestview schools: Closed.

Delphos schools: Closed.

Delphos St. John’s schools: Closed.

Elida schools: Closed.

Hardin Northern schools: Closed.

Jennings schools: Closed.

Kalida schools: Closed.

Kenton schools: Closed.

Leipsic schools: Two-hour delay.

Lima Central Catholic: Closed.

Lima schools: Two-hour delay.

Lincolnview schools: Closed.

Marimor: Two-hour delay.

Miller City-New Cleveland schools: Two-hour delay.

Minster schools: Closed.

New Bremen schools: Closed.

New Knoxville schools: Closed.

Ohio State Beauty Academy: Closed.

Ottawa-Glandorf schools: Closed.

Ottoville schools: Closed.

Pandora-Gilboa schools: Two-hour delay.

Parkway schools: Closed.

Perry schools: Closed.

Ridgemont schools: Closed.

Riverdale schools: Two-hour delay.

Shawnee schools: Closed.

Spencerville schools: Closed.

St. Charles schools: Closed.

St. Gerard schools: Closed.

St. Henry schools: Closed.

St. Marys schools: Closed.

SS. Peter and Paul schools: Closed.

St. Rose schools: Closed.

Temple Christian schools: Closed.

Upper Scioto Valley schools: Closed.

Vantage Career Center: Closed.

Van Wert schools: Closed.

Wapakoneta schools: Closed.

Waynesfield-Goshen schools: Closed.

West Central Learning Academy: Three-hour delay. Tutoring from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Foggy conditions delayed the start of classes.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2018/11/web1_News-26.jpgFoggy conditions delayed the start of classes. File photo | The Lima News

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