RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — Several school districts in Central Virginia have announced that classes will be canceled or released early today due to inclement weather from Tropical Storm Zeta.
Amelia County Public Schools will be closed. No virtual instruction will take place.
Buckingham County Public Schools will operate on a virtual learning mode for all students and employees.
Chesterfield County Public Schools will release three-hours early today due to the threat of high wind gusts.
Lunenburg County Public Schools will be also be closed. As a result, 12-month employees will follow a 12-8 code.
Virginia Commonwealth University will close at 4 p.m. All classes — virtual and in-person — are canceled due to impacts from Tropical Storm Zeta. VCU Medical Center will remain open.
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