The Joplin Globe, Joplin, MO

Local News

January 20, 2011

Area school closings

Closings courtesy of KOAM-TV

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SCHOOLS BUSY BEE ACADEMY - WEBB CITY Closed
SCHOOLS CANEY USD 436 Closed
SCHOOLS CARL JUNCTION R-1 Closed
SCHOOLS CARTHAGE R-9 Closed
SCHOOLS CEDAR RIDGE STATE SCHOOL Closed
SCHOOLS CHEROKEE USD 247 Closed
SCHOOLS CHERRYVALE-THAYER USD 447 Closed
SCHOOLS CHURCH ALIVE CHRISTIAN Cancelled
SCHOOLS COLLEGE HEIGHTS CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Closed
SCHOOLS COLLEGE VIEW SCHOOL FOR SEVERLY DISABLED Closed
SCHOOLS COLUMBUS USD 493 Closed
SCHOOLS COMMERCE I-18 Closed
SCHOOLS COUNTRYSIDE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Closed
SCHOOLS COVENANT HARVEST SCHOOL Closed
SCHOOLS CREST USD 479 Closed
SCHOOLS DIAMOND R-4 Closed
SCHOOLS EAST NEWTON R-6 Closed
SCHOOLS ELK VALLEY USD 283 Closed
SCHOOLS ELK VALLEY USD 283 Closed
SCHOOLS ERIE/GALESBURG USD 101 Closed
SCHOOLS FREDONIA USD 484 Closed
SCHOOLS FRONTENAC USD 249 Closed
SCHOOLS FT SCOTT CHRISTIAN LEARNING CTR Closed Thu.
SCHOOLS FT SCOTT USD 234 Closed
SCHOOLS GALENA USD 499 Closed
SCHOOLS GIRARD USD 248 Closed
SCHOOLS HOLY NAME COFFEYVILLE Closed
SCHOOLS IMMANUEL LUTHERAN SCHOOL Closed
SCHOOLS INDEPENDENCE USD 446 Closed
SCHOOLS JASPER COUNTY R-5 Closed
SCHOOLS JAYHAWK USD 346 Closed
SCHOOLS JOPLIN CATHOLIC SCHOOLS Closed
SCHOOLS JOPLIN R-8 Closed
SCHOOLS LABETTE CO USD 506 Closed
SCHOOLS LAMAR R-1 Closed
SCHOOLS LEONARD LEARNING CENTER Closed
SCHOOLS LIBERAL R-2 Closed
SCHOOLS LIFE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL - COLUMBUS Closed
SCHOOLS MARTIN LUTHER Closed
SCHOOLS McDONALD CO R-1 Closed
SCHOOLS N E VERNON CO Closed
SCHOOLS NEOSHO R-5 Closed
SCHOOLS NEVADA R-5 Closed
SCHOOLS NORTHEAST-ARMA USD 246 Closed
SCHOOLS OAKVIEW SCHOOL Closed
SCHOOLS ORLER SCHOOL OF MASSAGE Closed
SCHOOLS OSWEGO HEAD START No Buses
SCHOOLS PARSONS USD 503 Cancelled
SCHOOLS PITTSBURG ADULT EDUCATION CENTER Closed
SCHOOLS PITTSBURG USD 250 Closed
SCHOOLS PLAID GIRAFFE PRE-SCHOOL Closed
SCHOOLS PROJECT ALTERNATIVE-PARSONS Closed
SCHOOLS RIVERTON USD 404 Closed
SCHOOLS SARCOXIE R-2 Closed
SCHOOLS SEDAN USD 286 Closed
SCHOOLS SEK ACADEMY-INDEPENDENCE Closed
SCHOOLS SEK INTERLOCAL 637 Closed
SCHOOLS SENECA R-7 Closed
SCHOOLS SHELDON R-8 Closed
SCHOOLS SPECIAL PURPOSE SCHOOL-PARSONS Closed Thu.
SCHOOLS ST ANN'S SCHOOL-CARTHAGE Closed
SCHOOLS ST MARY'S - COLGAN Closed
SCHOOLS ST. PATRICK'S SCHOOL-PARSONS Closed
SCHOOLS THE LEARNING TREE -FRONTENAC Closed
SCHOOLS TRAIN DEPOT PRESHOOL Closed
SCHOOLS TRI COUNTY TRANSPORTATION No Buses
SCHOOLS TURKEY FORD Closed
SCHOOLS TYRO CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Closed
SCHOOLS USD 505 - CHETOPA Closed
SCHOOLS USD 505 - ST PAUL Closed
SCHOOLS VICTORY ROAD CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Closed
SCHOOLS WEBB CITY R-7 Closed
SCHOOLS WEST ELK USD 282 Closed
SCHOOLS WESTVIEW K-8 Closed
SCHOOLS WYANDOTTE I-1 Closed

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