Step.- In El Paso, with a strong chance of 3 to 7 inches of snow Tuesday morning, according to the National Weather Service (NWS), El Paso County and Fort Bliss school districts announced they would begin activities two hours later than normal. Avoid road accidents and other mishaps for this 24 January.
Similarly, the city of El Paso will begin government activities at 10 a.m., according to the unit.
Through separate communications, the independent school districts of El Paso (EPISD), Socorro (SiSD), Canutillo (Canutillo ISD), Ysleta (YISD), Fabiens and Anthony indicated that students, teachers and staff were expected to experience a two-hour delay. Will start classes from ,
Forecasters indicate freezing temperatures could lead to extreme conditions, including a mix of rain and snow, around 6 a.m.
Throughout the El Paso area, all student-centered services in public schools, including classes, bus services and child nutrition, will be two hours behind the normal start times for students.
For the youngest, 3-year-olds, all Pre-K half-day morning shows are canceled.
School breakfast services will also be provided after two hours
Fort Bliss Military Base authorized soldiers to show up two later than usual and start work for the day with that delay due to inclement weather.
“All non-mission essential personnel have an adjusted reporting time for duty no later than 10 a.m. Fort Bliss Child Development Centers will have normal hours. Medical and Dental Treatment Centers reschedule appointments,” said the general commander of Military Demarcation. Will contact patients individually for
For El Paso city government, it was announced that it would be a delayed start for non-essential employees, who are asked to coordinate with their supervisor and arrive at work at 10 a.m.
A special City Council meeting of the City Council is scheduled to begin at 9:00 a.m. The meeting will now begin at 9:00 a.m. and will begin after the quorum is complete.