Tifton Gazette

Local News

April 14, 2009

School cancellations and other closings

Tuesday School Closings



Ben Hill County Schools closed. Staff should report at 9 o'clock if they are able.



Berrien County Schools closed. Faculty and staff should report.



Coffee County Schools closed. Faculty and staff who work more than 190 days report.



Irwin County Schools closed. Teachers report by 9 o'clock.



Jeff Davis County Schools closed. Teachers report.



Other



The Pre-K program ONLY at E. Central Tech in Fitzgerald will be closed Tuesday. All other programs OPEN.



Ben Hill Co. jurors selected for jury trials this week are excused due to weather.





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