Minn. Schools Get Out Ahead Of Snowstorm, Cancel ClassesSchool districts from the Twin Cities to St. Cloud are canceling classes in anticipation for a winter storm that could bring up to a foot of snow to the region.
Community Meeting To Be Held To Address Potential Stillwater School ClosingsA community meeting being held Thursday night to address the potential closing of three elementary schools in Stillwater is expected to get heated. The Stillwater Area School District introduced a proposal that would close three elementary schools, Marine, Withrow and Oak Park, beginning in 2017.
Blizzard Conditions Close Southern Minnesota HighwaysWhile temperatures climbed above zero in Minnesota on Thursday, schools across the state were still canceling classes as strong winds threaten blowing snow and dangerous driving conditions.
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Dangerously Cold Temperatures Close SchoolsHundreds of schools across Minnesota called off classes on Wednesday because of the dangerously cold temperatures. Minneapolis Public Schools are among those deciding to close Wednesday.
Mpls. Schools Cancel Classes Ahead Of Wednesday's ColdAhead of Wednesday's forecasted cold, schools across Minnesota are telling students and parents that classes will be delayed or canceled. Minneapolis Public Schools announced Tuesday that classes and activities are canceled Wednesday.
Storm Closing Schools, Messing With CommuteSome school districts in Minnesota are canceling classes as the first major winter storm of the season arrives. St. Cloud Area Schools, Albany, Sauk Rapids-Rice and Sartell are among those closed Monday because of the storm that could deposit more than a foot of snow in some area.
St. Paul Schools Create Winter Cancellation PolicySt. Paul public schools have announced a plan for cancelling classes during extreme winter temperatures. The St. Paul School District said Wednesday that classes will be called off if the National Weather Service forecast at 6 a.m. predicts an air temperature below minus 25 or a wind chill of 40 below zero.