All Jackson County Schools will be in session on Tuesday. Buses will not run in areas where water is still covering the roads, and students who live in those flooded areas will not be expected to attend.
According to Limestone County Schools, the district will be operating at regularly scheduled times on Tuesday, February 26, but absences will be excused for students who live on roads currently closed due to flooding. Bus services will not be offered to these roads.
The district says that anyone who uses Alabama Highway 99 to travel to and from West Limestone should use Easter Ferry Road or Cotton Belt Road as an alternate route.
Below is a list of updated road closures in Limestone County:
* Pope Rd. at Leggtown Rd. (north and south end)
* Aunt Ann Hill Rd is closed at Smith Hollow Rd.
* Gaston Hollow Rd.
* Happy Hollow Rd. at Hwy 127
* Chapman Hollow Rd. at Hwy 99
* Hwy 99 between Patterson Hill Rd. and Dupree Hollow Rd.
For an updated list of road closures in North Alabama, click HERE.
- Limestone Co. Schools, Jackson Co. Schools excusing absences for students who live on roads closed due to flooding
- Dekalb Co. school excusing absences today and Friday
- Excused absences allowed after virus outbreak
- Limestone County roads closed due to flooding
- Colbert Heights students will have an excused absence in light of school shooting threat
- Several roads closed in Limestone County due to flooding
- Some Jackson County Schools dismissing due to rain, flooding
- School closings due to weather
- Skyline High School in Jackson County closed Tuesday due to road conditions
- North Alabama schools closing early Wednesday due to rain, flooding