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Schools announce delays ahead of possible snow

With the threat of snow early in the morning, some schools are getting a jump start by delaying the start of their day Friday. New Hanover County Schools announced a two-hour delay for all students and employees. Buses will run two hours later than their normally scheduled pick-up times. Schools will release students on schedule. "Our students’ safety is always at the forefront of our decision-making process," Assistant Superintendent of Operations Bill Hance said in a statement. "So anytime there is the potential of hazardous road conditions and the threat of inclement weather, NHCS must consider the situation and determine what is the safe approach for our children." Stay tuned to WWAY NewsChannel 3 and for a updates closures as they come into our newsroom. 2-Hour Delay Friday: -Bladen County Schools -Brunswick County Schools -Columbus County Schools -Duplin County Schools -New Hanover County Schools -Onslow County Schools (students only, staff as scheduled) -Pender County Schools -Whiteville City Schools -Cape Fear Academy -Cavalry Christian School (Wilmington) -Charter Day School (Leland) -Columbus Charter School (Whiteville) -Harrells Christian Academy -Faith Christian School (Delco) -Friends School of Wilmington -North Myrtle Beach Christian: 2-hour delay -Waccamaw Academy (Whiteville) -Amy Bradley School (Wilmington) -All-Star Child Care & Pre-school (Wilmington) -Camp Lejeune (non-essential personnel) -MCAS New River (non-essential personnel) -Life Christian Academy (Hampstead) -Columbus Christian Academy (Whiteville) -Southeastern Christian Academy (Shallotte) -Academy of Excellence (Wilmington) -Onslow County Court House: Court starts at 11 a.m., staff report as usual, weather permitting -Guardian Angel Pre-school (Whiteville): Opening at 10 a.m. -YMCA (Wilmington): Opening at 7:30 a.m. after a two hour delay

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