WEATHER ALERT: Cumberland County schools dismissing early today

2013-01-25T10:35:00Z 2013-01-25T15:25:11Z WEATHER ALERT: Cumberland County schools dismissing early todayThe Sentinel The Sentinel
January 25, 2013 10:35 am  • 

A few area school districts have announced early dismissals for this afternoon due to impending snowfall expected to hit Cumberland County.

Big Spring, Carlisle and Shippensburg school districts have announced early dismissals.

The National Weather forecast says Carlisle should get 2-4 inches of snow starting around 2 p.m. this afternoon.

Schools:

Big Spring Schools: Secondary dismissing at 12:15, elementary dismissing at 1:30

Carlisle Schools: Middle school dismissing at 12:35 p.m., high school dismissing at 12:45, elementary dismissing at 1:30

Cumberland Valley Schls: Closing all schools 1 hour early; no p.m. activities

East Pennsboro Schools: Middle school dismissing 1:15 p.m.; high school at 12:30 p.m.; 2 p.m. for elementary. All evening activities canceled.

Mechanicsburg Area Schools: Dismissing 1 hour early

Shippensburg Schools: 2-hour early dismissal, no evening activities

South Middleton Schools: Secondary dismissing at 1 p.m., elementary dismissing at 2 p.m.

Trinity High School: Dismiss 1:30 p.m.

West Shore School District.: Secondary dimiss at 1:15, elementary dismissing at 2:15, no evening activities

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