Some school districts in the D.C. area are canceling in-person classes and after-school activities, or sending students home early, ahead of a major storm in the forecast Wednesday.
Arlington Public Schools canceled afternoon and evening activities.
DC Public Schools canceled after-school programs Wednesday.
Fairfax County Public Schools canceled after-school and evening activities Wednesday.
Fauquier County Public Schools will dismiss students early on Wednesday. Secondary schools will dismiss at 12:30 p.m. Elementary schools and Marshall Middle School will dismiss at 1:30 p.m. All after-school and evening activities are canceled.
Howard County Public Schools will close three hours early. All after-care programs and evening activities are canceled.
Montgomery County Public Schools will dismiss students two-and-a-half hours early. All school and community-use activities in school buildings are canceled.
Page County Public Schools will dismiss students at noon. All after-school and evening activities are canceled.
Prince William County Public Schools canceled afternoon and evening activities.
Spotsylvania County Public Schools canceled all after-school activities on Wednesday.
Stafford County Public Schools closed all school buildings. Only emergency personnel will report. Students will do asynchronous learning and staff will work from home.
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