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Delays for Friday due to Winter Weather

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Charleston County School district will operate on a 2 hour delay on Friday.

Charleston Christian School on a 2 hour delay on Friday.

Berkeley County School District will open at normal time Friday.

Bishop England High school on a 2 hour delay Friday.

Addlestone Hebrew Academy on a 2 hour delay Friday.

Dorchester School District Two schools and facilities will open on Friday and will operate on a regular schedule.

Dorchester School District Four schools will be on a normal schedule Friday. 

Georgetown County School District is on a 2 hour delay for students and a 1 hour delay for teachers on Friday. 

Lowcountry Leadership Charter School is on a normal schedule for Friday.

James Island Christian School is on a 2 hour delay for Friday. 

Trident Academy is on a 2 hour delay for Friday.

Lowcountry Leadership Academy is on their normal schedule for Friday.

First Baptist School downtown is on a 2 hour delay for Friday. 

Palmetto Christian Academy will operate on a 2 hour delay Friday.

Colleton County School District will operate on a normal schedule for Friday.

Williamsburg County School District will operate on a 2 hour delay for students and staff will report at normal time on  Friday.

Park West Preschool will be open at their regular time on Friday.

Loving and Learning Educational Center will be opening at regular time on Friday.
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