Harrison County missed its fifth straight day of classes on Monday following the paralyzing snow/ice storm that blanketed much of the state.
However, it appears that classes will resume on Tuesday on a one-hour delay.
Superintendent Andy Dotson said Monday morning that two key elements had to be considered. There are still numerous homes without power and the condition of bus turn-around areas were in question.
Dotson said it may be better in some cases to have classes to get children out of homes that don’t have electricity.
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