Anne Arundel schools, senior centers closed due to weather

December 10, 2013

Anne Arundel County Public Schools are closed Tuesday due to the inclement weather. Also closed are Annapolis Area Christian School and Anne Arundel Community College.

At the college, officials posted on the website that final exams that were scheduled for Dec. 10 will now be held Tuesday, Dec. 17 at the same time and location.

Anne Arundel County government offices opened at 10 a.m., with liberal leave in effect for county employees. Emergency personnel were asked to report at regularly scheduled times.

Anne Arundel County Public Library headquarters and all library branches are today. All library programs scheduled for today are cancelled, and fines will not be charged for this day.

Annapolis city government offered liberal leave for employees and allowed downtown residents to move their cars from the streets into the Hillman Garage to make plowing efforts easier. The city’s Pip Moyer Recreation Center was closed.

The Naval Academy and the Naval Support Activity Annapolis were closed, but final exams for midshipmen went on as scheduled.

Fort George G. Meade in west county also was closed, with only “mission essential” employees required to work.

Anne Arundel County senior centers are closed. Senior Center Plus and all Nutrition Sites are closed as well.  All Anne Arundel County Department of Aging and Disabilities Transportation services, with the exception of dialysis appointments, are cancelled.

Also, the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County was scheduled to close at noon today, and District Courts in Glen Burnie and Annapolis closed at the end of the morning dockets.

In addition to schools being closed, the school system also postponed a public forum on its superintendent search process. The meeting had been scheduled for Dec. 10, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., at the Board of Education’s Parham Building, 2644 Riva Road in Annapolis. It will now be held on Wednesday, Dec. 11.

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