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Cold weather causes delays at CSRA schools

AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) -

Record-low temperatures are causing delays at schools across the CSRA.

Richmond County

Richmond County public schools will be delayed by two hours Tuesday and Wednesday.

School buses will run on a two-hour delayed schedule for pick-up, school officials said. Students will be dismissed from school at the regular times.

Richmond County School System employees will begin and conclude their work day at the regularly-scheduled time.

C.H. Terrell Academy in Augusta will also be on a two-hour delay Tuesday and Wednesday, an assistant principal said. School will start at 10 a.m.

Columbia County

Columbia County schools will operate on a normal schedule Wednesday. Students were on a two-hour delay Tuesday.

Edgefield County

Edgefield County public schools will be delayed two hours for students and one hour for staff on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Aiken County

Aiken County public schools will operate on a two-hour delay for students Wednesday. Employees are expected to report at their normal time. All 4K classes - morning and afternoon - are canceled for Wednesday.

Fox Creek High School in North Augusta will be on a two-hour delay Tuesday and Wednesday. School will start at 10:15 a.m.

Aiken Performing Arts Academy and Lloyd Kennedy Charter School will operate on a two-hour delay Wednesday. Students should report at 10 a.m., and employees should report at 8 a.m. Classes were canceled Tuesday because of no heat.

South Aiken Baptist Christian School will operate on a two-hour delay Tuesday and Wednesday.

Burke County

Burke County public schools will operate on a normal schedule Wednesday. They were on a two-hour delay Tuesday.

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