Officials in several local school systems have announced school will be closed Wednesday because of the threat of severe weather.

Dothan City
Coffee County
Dale County
Daleville City
Elba City
Enterprise City
Geneva City
Geneva County
Henry County
Houston County
Ozark City

Also closed on Wednesday:
1st Baptist Church Child Development Center of Dothan
1st Presbyterian preschool and daycare
Abbeville Christian Academy
Alfred Saliba Family Services Center
Bethlehem Child Development Center, Midland City
Candy Cane Kids Daycare in Enterprise is closed Wednesday
Colorful Wonderland Daycare is closed Wednesday
Dale County Christian School in Ozark
Emmanuel Christian School
Enterprise Christian Learning Center
Enterprise Preparatory Academy
EOCC Day Classes are canceled; Faculty and staff report as normal
Evergreen Presbyterian Prerschool
Fortis College in Dothan
Funshine Playschool in Ashford
Funshine Playschool of Ashford
Headland First Baptist Child Development Center
Headland Head Start and Providence Christian
Houston Academy
Jack in the Box Daycare, Jack Ala.
Kiddie Care Learning Center, Dothan
La Petite Daycare in Enterprise
Little Lites Christian Child Development Center
New Freedom Child Development Center
Northside Methodist Academy and Child Care
Ozark First United Methodist Child Development Center
Ozark Baptist Child Development Center
Pitter-Patter Daycare
Precious Angels Daycare in Midland City
Rainbow Christian Learning Center
Ridgecrest Child Development Center, Dothan
Samson Baptist Academy
Sand Box Child Care Center in Geneva
Southwest Georgia Academy
Sunny Patch Day Care in Ozark
Trinity Christian Day School in Daleville
Trinity Lutheran Learning Center
Troy University's Dothan campus
United Covenant Methodist church Mother's Morning out and Daycare
Vaughn Blumberg Center
Vivian B. Adams School
Wallace Community College
Wiregrass Adult Care in Dothan, Elba and Enterprise

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  • by chris Location: daleville on Dec 2, 2009 at 09:46 AM
    i think it was a good idea to cancel school due to what happend in enterprise however they should have canceled school in the pan handel if that bus would have gotten struck by that tornado the school would be in the same boat as enterprise was when the tornado hit EHS even though it was just a school bus..but i dont see why they canceled the entire day..the significant weather is kinda out of the picture now so why didn't we just have half a day
  • by Anonymous on Dec 2, 2009 at 06:45 AM
    Ft. Rucker schools are open today but it will be an "excused" absence if you choose to keep your child home. I called the school to confirm this. My children are at home with me today.
  • by Shannon on Dec 2, 2009 at 06:40 AM
    What about chipola college???
  • by Shannon on Dec 2, 2009 at 06:35 AM
    So all the Alabama schools are out, what about any Florida school?? I go to Chipola and i happen to think the weather is way too bad for teens or anybody to have to drive in?
  • by Brandon Location: Daleville on Dec 2, 2009 at 05:35 AM
    Okay so im in daleville and my company is open...but my bosses both if them don't show up...what an example! The first time I hear the word tornado and dale county un the same sentence im gone
  • by Jeremiah Location: Enterprise on Dec 2, 2009 at 05:32 AM
    I think that the opp schools not closing is wrong. Right now my fiance is driving in this weather from enterprise to opp to go to college because it is open. How is this safe not to mention her classmates that live in enterprise and dothan that are driving down there. There is just as much weather warning in opp as there is anywhere around here.
  • by James Location: Ozark on Dec 2, 2009 at 05:30 AM
    Is the eocc in ozark closed? kinda need to know asap
  • by Anonymous on Dec 2, 2009 at 05:24 AM
    Well...I put my child on the bus in the pouring rain, with lightning popping all around. Just heard that a bus driver in Jackson Co. Florida had to leave the roadway to avoid a funnel cloud. This is far worse weather than we had off of Ida, and most SE Alabama school districts have chosen to be cautious and try to protect the children--what is wrong with you people in the Jackson, Washington, Holmes, Bay, Walton, Okaloosa school districts offices?!
  • by eugene Location: ozark on Dec 2, 2009 at 05:16 AM
    good job on some schools closing,thats bad when a college eocc cant let anyone know if they are closed,with this bad could die on the road.who is incharge ,im sure a college could fine someone to have brains to make decisions.
  • by Tammy Location: Walton County on Dec 2, 2009 at 05:12 AM
    Why isn't Walton closed?
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