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Several school delays; CMS on normal schedule

Icy roads have caused a number of school systems to open on a delayed basis Tuesday morning.

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools and most private and charter schools in Mecklenburg County are operating on a normal schedule.

Here are the changes:

Closed Tuesday

Davidson County

Delayed openings

Alexander County ... 2 hours

Alleghany County ... 2 hours

Asheboro City ... 3 hours

Burke County ... 2 hours

Cabarrus County ... 3 hours

Caldwell County ... 2 hours

Catawba College ... 11 a.m.

Catawba County ... 3 hours

Catawba Valley Community College ... 11 a.m.

Christ the King Catholic High, Huntersville ... 2 hours

Davidson Day ... 2 hours

Davie County ... 2 hours

Gray Stone Day ... 10 a.m.

Hickory Christian ... 10 a.m.

Hickory City ... 3 hours

Iredell-Statesville ... 3 hours

Kannapolis City ... 2 hours

Lincoln Charter ... 10 a.m.

Lincoln County ... 2 hours

Mitchell College ... 10 a.m.

Montgomery County ... 11 a.m.

Montgomery Community College ... 10 a.m.

Mooresville Graded ... 2 hours

Newton-Conover ... 3 hours

North Hills Christian ... 10 a.m.

Queens Grant High ... 9:45 a.m.

Rowan-Salisbury ... 3 hours

Salisbury Academy ... 2 hours

Southview Christian ... 3 hours

Stanly County ... 10 a.m.

Stanly Community College ... 10 a.m.

Statesville Christian ... 2 hours

St. Stephen Lutheran, Hickory ... 2 hours

Wilkes County ... 11 a.m.

Wilkes Community College ... 11 a.m.

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