Because of extremely frigid temperatures, Staunton City Schools and Augusta County Schools announced Tuesday that all schools will be operating on a two-hour delay for the entire school week.
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HCS also asks that any family that needs gloves and/or hats to contact the school Family Resource Youth Services Center.
Schools officials say it's because of the extreme cold weather.
It was not known whether school would be delayed any other days this week.More news: Texans GM Rick Smith takes leave of absence
Luten said that 81 buses wouldn't start this morning, but by 9 a.m. more than 70 had been fixed and were running. "The last thing we want to happen is have our students waiting by the curb for a bus that's a half hour to an hour late when it's 14 degrees".
DeKalb County students will be on a two-hour delay when they return to school this week following the Christmas break.More news: New Year celebrations start across globe
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