Georgetown County schools to stick with two-hour delay Wednesday

vgrooms@thesunnews.comJanuary 7, 2014 

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Students in the Georgetown County School District will have a two-hour delay for students again Wednesday because of the continued low temperatures expected in the morning, according to Ray White, district spokesman.

Buses will run two hours later than usual, and classes will begin two hours later than usual. District employees will be at work at the normal time, however, so schools will be open for parents who need to drop off their children.

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