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Is your school going to be closed on Tuesday?

Some local schools have announced that they will be closed Tuesday, Jan. 7, due to weather.

Posted on Jan. 6, 2014 at 12:00 a.m. | Updated on Jan. 6, 2014 at 12:39 p.m.

ELKHART — Between snowy roads and subzero temperatures, students and teachers alike may be hoping for a second snow day on Tuesday, Jan. 7.

Some students are already seeing their wishes come true. Several schools in Elkhart County have announced that they will be closed again on Tuesday.

Middlebury Community Schools will be closed to students, but teachers don't have the day off. Monday was already a scheduled day off for teacher records day, but that was postponed to Tuesday due to the weather, said Dave Harms, athletic director at Northridge High School.

Several local schools were closed on Monday, Jan. 6, and the Indiana Department of Education won't require schools to make up for the lost time.

The Elkhart Truth will continue updating this list of closed schools for Tuesday here.

Schools closed on Tuesday, Jan. 7

Ÿ Baugo Community Schools

Ÿ Bethany Christian Schools

Ÿ Bethel College

Ÿ Clinton Christian School

Ÿ Concord Community Schools

Ÿ Elkhart Christian Academy

Ÿ Elkhart Community Schools

Ÿ Fairfield Community Schools

Ÿ Goshen Community Schools

Ÿ Kessington Christian School

Ÿ Marian High School

Ÿ Middlebury Community Schools

Ÿ Montessori School of Elkhart

Ÿ Penn-Harris-Madiison School

Ÿ St. Thomas the Apostle School

Ÿ St. Vincent DePaul Catholic School

Ÿ Trinity Lutheran School of Elkhart

Ÿ Wa-Nee Community Schools




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