MONROE, Ga. — At least two Central Georgia schools are delaying starts or closing their doors on Monday after a severe storm had made its way through the area.
In Bibb County, school will continue on as normal according to Chief Commutations Officer Stephanie Hartley.
She says the district will continue to monitor the forecast and make changes as needed.
In Monroe County, schools will have a delayed start schedule, according to a tweet from Mary Persons High School's twitter.
Staff will report to school at 9 a.m. and school will begin at 9:30 a.m.
The district asks that everyone use caution when driving on the roads Monday morning.
In Baldwin County, the school district says none of their facilities were damaged during the weekend storms and will move forward with a normal school schedule.
In a Facebook post, they say students who cannot attend school because of damage or road closured will get an excused absence.
They say the school district is monitoring changes.
In Jones County, students can stay home for a virtual learning day on Tuesday, according to the districts Executive Director Charlotte Foskey.
Foskey says the staff who are able to get to school should report by 8:30 a.m.
In Lamar County, many roads throughout the county have been flooded.
Schools in Lamar County will be closed on Monday for all students and staff, according to a Facebook post.
In Upson County, school will be delayed by two hours according to their Facebook.
They say they will notify parents of anything changes.
Any schools not listed will have a normal day unless announced otherwise.
13WMAZ will continue to update as the information becomes available.