Middle Michigan schools closed for Wednesday, February 2


As a winter storm with the possibility of record-breaking snowfall approaches mid-Michigan, many school districts are closing on Wednesday, Feb. 2 the day before.

Community Schools in Grand Blanc, the largest district in Genesee County, announced their closure via social media around 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, February 1.

Kearsley, Davison, Swartz Creek, Clio, Fenton, Atherton, Genesee Intermediate School District, Bendle, Genesee, Michigan School for the Deaf, Flushing, Goodrich Lake Fenton, Mt. Morris, and Westwood Heights, all districts in Genesee County, have also announced they will be closed on Wednesdays.

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Kettering University will host a virtual learning day.

Other districts announcing closures for Wednesday include schools in Lapeer, Dryden, LakeVille (partially in Genesee County) and Imlay City in Lapeer County; schools in Owosso, Morrice, Corunna, New Lothrop and Perry in Shiawassee County; Merrill Schools in Saginaw County; and Marlette and Sandusky Schools in Sanilac County.

For a full list of closures, visit the ABC12 weather closure website.

Eight to 14 inches of snow are expected in 12 Michigan counties Wednesday and Thursday this week as winter storm watches and warnings were issued by the National Weather Service in southeast Michigan.

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