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School closures, delays across Southern Arizona

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NOGALES, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The following districts and schools are closed this morning:

  • Nogales USD (all schools)
  • Santa Cruz Valley USD (all schools, including Rio Rico)
  • Pinnacle Charter High School
  • Santa Cruz Elementary District #28
  • Montessori de Santa Cruz in Tubac
  • Schools on Ft. Huachuca are also closed today

While students at all Bisbee schools will be on a two hour delay.

All are closed due to icy roads and severe winter weather conditions.

No word yet on whether schools in the Oracle district have been canceled or delayed.

Stay with Tucson News Now on air and online for updates on the latest school closures and delays.

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