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School closings and delays for Monday

School Closings and Delays for Monday February 8th:

  • American Spirit Academy - Closed 
  • Austintown Schools - 2 hr delay,
  • Beaver Local Schools-Closed
  • Binkies to Bookbags (daycare open, presch. closed)
  • Boardman Schools - 2 hr delay
  • Boardman United Methodist Preschool- No morning preschool
  • Canfield Schools-Closed
  • Canfield Methodist Preschool- Closed
  • Canfield Daycare & Learning Ctr. - closed no heat
  • Cardinal Mooney High School - Closed
  • Center of Javit - 2 hr delay
  • Churchhill Preschool - closed
  • Col. Co. ESC - open  no transportation
  • Columbiana Schools-closed
  • Columbiana County Career and Technical Center- Closed
  • Concepts of Learning- Open, No Transportation
  • Crestview Local Schools - closed
  • Damascus United Preschool- Closed
  • Eagle Heights  Academy - Closed
  • East Liverpool Schools-Closed, East Palestine Schools- Closed
  • Expand Your Wings Daycare Center- 2 Hour  Delay
  • Ginnetti Center- 2 Hour Delay
  • Growing Place Preschool in Austintown- No Morning Classes
  • Heartland Christian School and Preschool- Closed
  • Holy Family in Poland - Closed
  • Jackson-Milton Schools-Closed
  • Kollege Tots Preschool- Open No Transportation
  • Little Learners Presch - Closed
  • Leetonia Ex. Vil. Schools-Closed
  • Legacy Academy in Youngstown- Closed
  • Leonard Kirtz School - 2 hr delay
  • Lil' Angels preschool- Closed
  • Lowellville  Schools - 2 hr delay (No Am Knd)
  • MASCO Workshop - 2hr delay
  • Mahoning County High School - Closed
  • Mah. Valley Opportunity Center - Closed
  • Montessori School Mahoning- Closed
  • MYCAP Headstart - Part Day Closed
  • Poland Local Schools - Closed
  • Poland Union Preschool- Closed
  • No Limits- 2 Hour Delay
  • Potential Development Program - Closed
  • Rich Center for Autism-Closed
  • Robert Bycroft Schools & Workshop-Closed
  • Struthers City Schools-2 hr delay (No AM  Preschool)
  • Salem School-Closed
  • Sebring Schools - 2 hr delay
  • Serendipity Preschool-Closed
  • Slippery Rock Area Schools - 2 hr delay
  • Southern Local Schools-Closed
  • South Range Schools - Closed
  • Springfield Local Schools-Closed
  • Stambaugh Carter Academy, Closed
  • St. Charles Elementary - 2 hr delay
  • St. Christine- Closed
  • St. Joseph/IHM-2hr delay
  • St. Luke Boardman- Closed
  • Ursuline High School - Closed
  • Tender Care Learning Center in Hermitage & New Castle- Closed
  • Ursuline Preschool & Knd-Closed
  • Wellsville Local Schools - Closed
  • West Branch Local - Closed
  • Western Reserve Schools- 2 Hour Delay
  • Youngstown Academy of Excellence - Closed
  • Youngstown Christian School
  • Youngstown City Schools- Closed
  • Youngstown Community School - Closed
  • Youngstown Summit Academy (Elementary, Middle, Secondary) - Closed.
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