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Valley school closings and delays for Tuesday

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Here is a list of Valley schools that will be operating under a two hour delay on Tuesday, October 30, 2012.

Closed

Akiva Academy

Cortland Playroom Preschool

Kent State Main Campus Day Classes Canceled (faculty and staff report at noon)

Lakeview Local Schools

Maplewood Local Schools

Precious Cargo Preschool and Daycare (Sebring)

Salem Schools

Southington Local Schools

        South Side Academy

St. Paul School (Salem, OH)

 

Two Hour Delay

Blessed John Paul II Elementary School

Children's Center of Mercer County - Morning classes canceled

Columbiana Education Transport System

Crestview Schools

Farrell Area School District

Grove City Area School District

Hermitage School District

Keystone Charter School

Kennedy Catholic Middle School

Kennedy Catholic High School

Lakeview School District (PA)

Laurel Area School District

Laurel Technical Institute (Sharon campus)

Leetonia Schools

Lisbon Schools

Mercer Area School District

Mohawk Area School District

New Castle Christian Academy

Reynolds Area School District

Sebring Local

Sharon City Schools

Sharpsville Preschool

Shenango School District

St. Michael's School (Greenville, PA)

United Local Schools

West Branch Schools

West Middlesex Area School District

Wilmington Area School District

Wee Wisdom Preschool

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