(WMBF) - School districts have announced a two-hour delay for students on Thursday, February 19, due to the expected extreme cold weather and single-digit wind chill, according to a news release from officials.
Horry County Schools will operate on a two-hour delay."Employees are asked to report to work at their regular time," the release states. "Schools will be staffed at their regular opening time and will provide accommodations to car-riders who must be dropped off earlier due to the parent's work schedule."
Aynor High School
Blue Jacket Sports FYI: Due to the extreme cold weather, all outside activities for Thursday and Friday are canceled, according to the school's Twitter account.
The Day Program for
Horry County Disabilities & Special Needs
will be on a two-hour delay, said George Ulrich, human resources director. "Staff is expected to report to work at their regular times. Routes will begin two hours later," Ulrich said in an email.
Miller-Motte Technical College
Miller-Motte Technical College in Conway will open at 10:30am on Thursday Feb. 19th. Full-time staff report at regular time.
Little River Child Development
"After much discussion, the administration has decided to stick with a two-hour delay for opening. Our doors will open promptly at 9 a.m.," according to the LRCD Facebook page.
of Myrtle Beach will be on a two-hour delay Thursday, Feb. 19.
The Georgetown County School district will operate on a two-hour delayed schedule.
“School buses will pick students up two hours later than their normally scheduled times. Georgetown County School District employees will report to work on their regular schedules,” according to officials. “To accommodate working parents with school car riders, all school buildings will be open at their regular times to receive students who may arrive early on Thursday.”
Friday's schedule will be announced on Thursday.
Based on the information from The National Weather Service related to extreme low temperatures on
Thursday, February 19 and Friday, February 20,
Marlboro County School District is announcing that schools will operate on a two-hour delayed schedule for students and staff.
Public schools of Robeson County will operate on a two-hour delay on Thursday, February 19, due to the extremely cold conditions.
Stay tuned to this story throughout the day for more delays and closures as they are announced.