Cumberland County Schools
Cumberland County Schools will operate on a two-hour delay for students and school-based staff on Monday, Jan. 24. Schools will start and buses will run two hours later than the normal time. Twelve-month employees and Central Services personnel will report to work at their normal time if it is safe to do so.
Morning Prime Time will not be available and breakfast will not be served. However, afternoon Prime Time will observe a normal schedule.
There may be roads that are not passable by buses. However, parents may transport students to school, in alignment with the two-hour delay, if they are able to safely do so. School officials will notify families if bus transportation is unavailable.
City of Fayetteville
City offices will be reopened by Monday. The biggest change will be the trash collection schedule. Last Friday's collection will be moved to Monday. Monday's collection will be moved to Tuesday. Tuesday's trash collection will be moved to Wednesday. B-week recycling will be collected next week.
Fort Bragg will return to normal operating hours on Monday. DoDEA schools are closed Monday, Jan. 24 for a teacher workday. In addition, the North Post Main Store will be closed on Monday for its annual inventory.