Multiple Midlands schools dismiss early, cancel after-school activities due to potential severe weather
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - Multiple school districts in the Midlands announced early dismissals and cancellations of after-school activities due to potentially severe storms and high winds.
Lexington County School District Two:
Schools will dismiss one hour early and all afternoon activities are canceled.
Due to forecasts of severe storms and high winds today (8/7), @LexingtonTwo will dismiss 1 hour early. All Mon. afternoon activities are canceled. Lex2 families, check your email for our message. @WestColumbiaSC @CityofCayce @SpringdaleSC @southcongareesc @CountyLex #WeAreLex2 pic.twitter.com/O5kgiJEe4r— Lexington District Two (@LexingtonTwo) August 7, 2023
Richland School District One:
All school-related student activities, including athletics events and practices, scheduled Monday afternoon and evening are canceled.
Kershaw County School District:
All after-school activities are canceled, including athletic events, extracurricular activities, and adult education classes.
After-school childcare programs will operate at normal hours.
Sumter School District:
Sumter School district has also canceled all after-school activities due to the potential of inclement weather.
Due to the threat of inclement weather this evening, all after school activities are canceled for Monday, August 7.— Sumter School Dist. (@SumterSCSchools) August 7, 2023
This list will be updated as new information comes in.
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