School Still Scheduled for Tuesday

Coweta School System monitoring weather conditions

The Coweta County School System is continuing to monitor weather reports and conditions through Monday night and Tuesday; there had been no decision made as of 5 p.m. Monday to close or delay schools, based on all information available at the time, said schools spokesman Dean Jackson.

Coweta Schools posted the following notice on the system’s website just before 5 p.m.: 

Coweta County School System Inclement Weather Procedures

In the event of Coweta County School System weather-related closings or delays, information will be shared with students, parents and the community through this website, through the local and Atlanta media outlets, and through the school system's automated calling system. Check this website and local media outlets for updates when inclement weather is predicted. We are currently monitoring forecasts for tomorrow. School will be held unless posted otherwise. Decisions will be made based on conditions and may not be finalized until early morning hours.

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