Cold, blowing snow forces schools to close again


A vehicle travels on snow-covered Nineveh Road Tuesday. Scott Roberson / Daily Journal

A snow plow works to clear State Road 252 near US 31 Tuesday. Scott Roberson / Daily Journal

Seniors at Whiteland Community High School will now spend graduation day in class, since the district had to call off classes again Tuesday due to the weather.

All six of Johnson County’s public school districts canceled school Tuesday after a morning snowstorm blew through central Indiana.

Officials at several school districts originally delayed the start of school by two hours. But classes were called off after area superintendents saw that blowing snow was limiting visibility, meaning bus drivers, parents and students wouldn’t be able to travel safely.

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