Storms Prompt Schools To Delay Opening Thursday

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lots of debris after the storm pass through Clanton, Alabama
Roger Bean

Debris covers the ground after a tornado ripped through Clanton, Ala. on March 17, 2021

Damaging storms that brought tornadoes, strong winds and flooding across Alabama has led to a number of schools to delay their start or make other schedule adjustments Thursday.

Atalla City Schools: 2-hour delay

Birmingham City Schools: Sun Valley Elementary will have remote learning due to power outage.

Blount County Schools: 2-hour delay

Calhoun County Schools: Virtual learning day

Chilton County Schools: Opens at 9:30 a.m.

Cullman City Schools: 2-hour delay

Cullman County Schools: Closed

Etowah County Schools: 2-hour delay

Gadsden City Schools: 2-hour delay

Gadsden State Community College: Opens at 10 a.m.

Jasper City Schools: 2-hour delay

Oneonta City Schools: 2-hour delay

Oxford City Schools: E-learning day

Pell City Schools: Closed

St. Clair County Schools: 2-hour delay

Shelton State Community College: 2-hour delay

Talladega City Schools: Virtual learning

Talladega County Schools: Closed

Walker County Schools: 2-hour delay

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