Delaware schools face additional closures due to snow


Some students through Delaware will have another "true" snow day in several districts. Closures are below. This will be updated as additional closures are announced.


Classes will be held  asynchronous online. Schools are communicating schedules and assignments to students and parents.

Capital School District

Closed, no in-person, virtual or remote instruction for students. All 10-month employees will have a service day, and 12-month employees are to report at noon if road conditions permit. 

"We anticipate additional inclement weather systems this week," Superintendent Vilicia Cade said in a message on the distric'ts website. "To this end, we will continue to monitor the weather conditions and update our Senator Nation as necessary."

"We will continue to analyze COVID and its impact on our staffing. Weather permitting, we intend to return to in-person learning on Wednesday, January 5th or will shift to remote learning. Your patience and understanding are most important," she added.

Cape Henlopen

Closed, and there will be no instruction.

Caesar Rodney

Closed with no instruction.

Indian River

Closed. All 12-month employees should check their district e-mail accounts for information on their work status for Tuesday.

Lake Forest



Closed. There will be no remote instruction. All other staff are not to report.




Closed with no instruction, but 12 month employees will work remotely.


Closed, with teachers and paraprofessionals to provide virtual instruction to their students, via live or asynchronous delivery. Teachers, specifically, will reach out to their students this evening to share access information.



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