Irma continues to affect schools and colleges
As Southwest Georgia continues to clean up and repair after Tropical Storm Irma going through the area, some schools will remain closed.
Turner County schools will be open on Thursday, but ask that students on dirt roads be taken to the nearest hard road for pickup.
Citizen's Christian Academy
Will be closed the rest of the week and will reopen on Monday. School officials say that two schools are without power and have food delivery issues.
Schools will be closed Thursday but expect to reopen on Friday.
Schools will be open on Thursday, but buses will not travel on dirt roads. Parents are asked to get students to the nearest hard road to be picked up.
Valdosta City Schools
Will be closed the rest of the week and will reopen on Monday. Friday night's game against TCC has been rescheduled to September 29 and all middle school games have been cancelled for the rest of the week. School officials believe that closing for the remainder of the week will allow additional time for those utilities to be restored and for everyone to regain a sense of normalcy once they have been restored.
Colleges and Universities
Classes will resume on Monday, but students can start returning to their residence halls on Friday afternoon. The campus will resume normal business operations on Friday along with sponsored events, the Coastal Georgia Center. Herty Advanced Materials Development Center will open on Thursday.
Wiregrass will be open to faculty and staff starting Thursday. Students will resume normal schedules on Monday for all campuses.