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Local schools, government affected by Monday’s snow

Closures, delays upset reopening of Washington-area schools, agencies after holidays

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Several schools and government agencies in the D.C. region announced weather-related cancellations, delays or limited services on Monday:

Government agencies

  • Federal offices will be closed. Federal employees are expected to telework.
  • Metro bus service will be limited to major roads only. Delays and increased wait times are likely. Metrorail will be open and trains will be de-iced. MetroAccess will operate as normal.
  • The Arlington County government will operate virtually.
  • D.C. government workers will telework.
  • City of Seat Pleasant offices will be closed.

School closures

  • D.C. Public Schools are closed. Coronavirus test kits will be available Tuesday and Wednesday, and schools will reopen on Thursday instead of Wednesday.
  • Arlington Public Schools classes are canceled. Administrative offices are closed.
  • Fairfax County Public Schools classes are canceled. No virtual learning will be available.
  • Alexandria City Public Schools classes are canceled for in-person learning. Virtual learning will be available.
  • Falls Church City Public Schools classes are canceled.
  • Montgomery County Public Schools classes are canceled. Day-care programs in school buildings may open by 9 a.m.
  • Prince George’s County Public Schools classes are canceled. There will be no virtual learning.
  • Prince William County Public Schools classes are canceled.

School delays

  • Loudoun County Public Schools will be on a two-hour delay. Administrative offices will open at the normal time.
  • Frederick County Public Schools will be on a two-hour delay.

Other closures

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