Weather-related closings, delays: Brunswick, New Hanover Schools operating on two-hour delay

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Due to predictions of inclement weather affecting the Cape Fear Region overnight and into Friday, two area school systems will be operating on a delay.

All Brunswick County Schools will be operating on a two-hour delay for both staff and students on Friday, Jan. 22, according to school officials.

Essential administrative and operations staff should report on schedule as weather conditions permit. The school system will continue to monitor the situation overnight and provide an update on any additional delay or cancellation at 6 a.m. Friday.

In Pender County, Penderlea School will also operate on a two-hour delay tomorrow, Friday, Jan. 22. Childcare programs at Topsail Elementary and Cape Fear Elementary will also operate on a two-hour delay.

Traditional calendar students in Pender County are out of school Friday for a teacher workday, but staff are asked to operate on a slight delay. School staff should report at 9:30 a.m. Friday, directly to the location at which their training is being held, according to school officials.

The school system’s Central Office will operate on a normal schedule. Central Office employees should use extreme caution when traveling to work and notify their supervisor if they cannot make it to work on time.

New Hanover County schools also have a teacher workday on Friday, but two schools, Codington Elementary and Eaton Elementary, are still in session. All of the system’s students and staff will operate on a two-hour delay.

Courthouses

The Brunswick County Courthouse will be on a two-hour delay Friday, according to the county’s spokeswoman. New Hanover  County and Pender County court systems have not announced a delay.

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