Some Central Georgia schools are closing down Friday due to the weather and poor road conditions.
They include Crisp, Dodge, Dooly, Jones, Monroe, Pulaski, Twiggs, Washington, Wilcox, and Wheeler schools.
Crisp County School Superintendent Judy Bean says school is closed on Friday for students and bus drivers. Faculty and staff are expected to report at 8:30 a.m. on Friday.
Dooly County School Superintendent John Bembry says school is closed on Friday for students and bus drivers. Faculty and staff are expected to report at regular times on Friday.
Both Crisp and Dooly County school superintendents stated road closings as the main reason for school closing.
Dodge County schools will be closed Friday, according to acting Superintendent Mimi Dennis.
Monroe County schools will be closed according to Shelia Smith, with Monroe Schools. Smith says faculty and staff should report to work by 9 a.m.
Wilcox County schools will be closed Friday, according to Superintendent Charles Bloodworth. Staff are expected to report between 8 a.m to 3 p.m.
Jones County Superintendent James LeBrun says school is canceled Friday because of difficulty transporting students safely. He says teachers should still report at 9 a.m.
According to Pulaski County Schools Superintendent Janis Sparrow, all Pulaski schools will be closed for students on Friday, due to the closing of several roads in Hawkinsville.
Staff should report at 8:30 a.m.
Twiggs County Superintendent Carol Brown said their schools are closed for the day and that staff should report at 8:30am.
Washington County superintendent Donna Hinton says schools are closed Friday.
Wheeler County superintendent Mark Davidson says students have the day off Friday, but faculty and staff should report at 8 a.m.
And Jeff Davis County schools will also close, according to Dr. Lula Mae Perry, Superintendent.
In Dooly County, Fullington Academy will be closed, according to guidance counselor Kristi Greer.
Three Central Georgia school systems shut down early Thursday due to the weather.
Twiggs County schools dismissed students at 1:30, according to Superintendent Carol Brown.
Jones County schools began dismissing students at 1:45, according to Superintendent James LeBrun.
And Monroe County schools releasing students at 1:45, according to Sheila Smith, director of personnel.
Smith says she'll watch the forecast before deciding on schools tomorrow.
Check back with 13WMAZ.com for other closings today.