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Crossroads school delays due to snowy weather

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Faith Academy

Due to weather, Faith Academy will begin classes at 10:00am, Friday, December 8th.

Austwell Tivoli ISD

Austwell Tivoli will be delayed until 10 a.m.

Refugio ISD

Refugio ISD will be starting at 10 a.m. Buses will run at 9:00 a.m.

Bloomington ISD

Bloomington ISD is pushing back their start time tomorrow to 10 a.m. Bus routes will begin picking up students at 9:15 a.m.

Victoria ISD 

Due to expected winter weather conditions forecast late tonight and early tomorrow morning, Victoria ISD schools will be delayed two hours on Friday, December 8th.

School buses will run all routes two hours later than the normal time. Breakfast will be served at all campuses, beginning 30 minutes before the adjusted start time.

Staff should report to work at the usual reporting time, if it is safe to do so. However, if a travel danger prohibits an employee from arriving at the regular report time, they need to inform your immediate supervisor.

Industrial ISD 

Industrial ISD will start at 10 a.m. Buses will also be delayed two hours. 

Yorktown ISD

Yorktown ISD will start school at 10:00 a.m. Friday, December 8. Buses will run at 8:15. 

Edna ISD

Edna ISD will start school at 10am on Friday, December 8. Edna ISD buses will run 2 hours behind regular schedule.

Hallettsville ISD 

Hallettsville ISD will have a normal start time on Friday, December 8.

First Baptist Church - Victoria 

First Baptist Church of Victoria's day care center will open at 9:30 a.m. on Friday, December 8. 

Victoria College

All Victoria College classes, exams, and operations will continue as scheduled on Friday, December 8. 

University of Houston -Victoria 

UHV classes in Victoria and Katy will start at 10 a.m on Friday. Both UHV and UHV Katy will open at 8 a.m., and staff should report to work at regular time if safe to do so. If not, contact your immediate supervisor. 

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