Closings: Coweta County public schools closed Friday

From Staff Reports news@newnan.com The Coweta County School System will again cancel classes on Friday, January 14, due to continued hazardous travel conditions. No students or should report to school. After school event attendees and participants should contact their school's officials concerning those activities.
The Odyssey School will be closed Friday, January 14. The Heritage School reopened Thursday. University of West Georgia will be closed until Tuesday, January 18, following the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday. Classes at West Georgia Technical College will resume on Tuesday, January 18. Campuses will be closed on Monday, January 17 in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday. The Graduation Ceremony scheduled for Thursday, January 13 has been postponed.

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