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List of school closings due to weather

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Winter weather conditions have forced some school divisions in rural Manitoba to close schools, while others have discontinued school bus service for the day.

Schools are open and buses are running in Winnipeg.

The following is a list of the information received by the Free Press this morning for some divisions outside the city:

  • Hanover School Division closed today. Teachers are reassigned to work at home for the day.
  • Seine River School Division is closed today due to the road conditions.
  • Interlake School Division is closed today.
  • Red River Valley School Division is closed today.
  • Lord Selkirk School Division is closed today.
  • Sunrise School Division is closed today.
  • Prairie Rose School Division is closed today.
  • No Brandon school division buses are operating outside the City of Brandon for Tuesday, all day. Spring Valley School is closed; Alexander and Okelly schools are open; buses will be running within the city of Brandon. Attendance at schools is at parental discretion where travel is required. Please call your school is you are not going to be attending. Please exercise due caution.

 

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