GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) — School systems across Eastern North Carolina are updating parents and students in regards to their class schedules after this weekend’s winter storm.

Below are the listenings that we have received so far from individual school system social posts. If you have any questions, be sure to check your respective school systems website or social media pages.

East Carolina University:

“East Carolina University will resume normal operations and class schedules at 6 a.m. Monday, Jan. 24.

“ECU Facilities Services staff have worked hard to clear parking lots and sidewalks; however, some icy patches may remain. Please use caution when walking in shady and icy areas.

“For information about today’s schedule for campus services, including dining and transit, visit https://studentaffairs.ecu.edu/ .

“Roads in Greenville and Pitt County are reported to be generally clear. Some slick spots may develop overnight on elevated surfaces, such as bridges and overpasses, and in shaded areas on secondary roads. Motorists are urged to use caution during late night and early morning commutes and to be alert for isolated slick patches.

“If traveling stay alert, avoid cellphone use, leave early to allow for additional travel time, reduce speed, increase following distance, and be patient. Conditions experienced by individuals will vary depending on geographic location. Everyone is responsible for their own actions and safety. 

“ECU students and employees should exercise their best judgment regarding their schedules, using caution and discretion based on commuting distance and road conditions. The latest road conditions can be checked at https://drivenc.gov/ .

“ECU Physicians clinics will resume normal operations at 8 a.m., Monday, Jan. 24.”

Pitt Community College:

Pitt Community College will resume normal operations Jan. 24.

Beaufort County Community College:

BCCC will open on Monday, 1/24 at 11:00 a.m.

Beaufort County schools:

Beaufort County Schools will operate on a remote learning day for students and teachers on Monday January 24, 2022. It is an optional workday for all other employees.

Bertie County schools:

Bertie County Schools will be closed to students and 10-month employees on January 24, 2022.Eleven and Twelve-month employees report to work with a 2-hour delay.

Carteret County schools:

As students and staff return on Monday, please be mindful of symptoms you may be experiencing. Contact your school nurse or the Carteret County Health Department if you have any questions about sickness, symptoms or when to stay home.

Craven County schools:

“Our administrative staff has been out monitoring the road conditions throughout the county today and due to expected freezing temperatures again this evening and the inability of our buses to safely travel early in the morning because of the potential for black ice and dangerous side roads, Craven County Schools will have a remote learning day on Monday, January 24th for all students. All Staff will have a remote workday and any employees unable to perform their duties at home should contact their direct supervisor for guidance.”

Duplin County schools:

Due to continued icy conditions on some of our secondary roads, Duplin County Schools will be closed for students tomorrow, Monday, January 24, and it will be an optional teacher workday for staff.   Staff are encouraged to please drive with caution.

Edenton-Chowan schools:

The sun is out, the temperatures are warming, and the snow is melting; however, side roads and parking lots remain a concern. Additionally, temperatures will drop below freezing tonight and melting snow will likely form areas of black ice. Therefore, Edenton-Chowan Schools will operate a remote learning day on Monday, January 24, 2022. A remote learning day means that all schools are closed for students and students will complete assignments from home. Attendance is required on Monday, so students will be expected to sign in and submit their work on time. Work will be assigned in SeeSaw, Google Classroom or as paper packets. Students did a great job last Friday, so please keep up the wonderful work!

Edgecombe County schools:

Our transportation team has been monitoring road conditions throughout the county today. Due to expected freezing temperatures again overnight and the inability of our buses to safely travel early in the morning because of the potential for black ice and dangerous side roads, Edgecombe County Public Schools will have a Remote Learning Day on Monday, January 24th for all students. Middle and high school students should check their school email accounts for directions from their teachers. Elementary students will be contacted via ConnectEd, social media, or ClassDoJo.

Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public schools:

“Due to icy road conditions throughout the area, ECPPS will follow a remote learning schedule on Monday, January 24th.  Each school will follow up with their staff and students with specific information for remote learning for Monday. There will be no after school/evening activities on Monday, January 24th. We will continue to monitor road conditions and provide an update as soon as possible for operations on Tuesday, January 25th.”

Greene County schools:

Good evening. This is a message from Greene County Schools. Based on a recommendation from Greene County DOT due to lingering ice on many secondary roads, Greene County Schools will be closed for students on Monday, January 24. Staff may report for a delayed-start optional workday beginning at 10:00 a.m. Thank you.

Hyde County schools:

All schools will operate on a normal schedule tomorrow, Monday, January 24th.

Lenoir Community College:

Weather update! The College will be operating on a two hour delay tomorrow, January 24. We will reopen at 10 AM. Stay safe!

Lenoir County Public schools:

Lenoir County Public Schools will be closed for students and staff members tomorrow, Monday, January 24, 2022. This decision was made in response to a recommendation from Lenoir County Emergency Management based on the high number of secondary roads throughout Lenoir County still partially covered with ice and the prediction that travel on some of the roads in Lenoir County tomorrow morning is not likely to be safe. Please know that this decision reflects our continued determination to keep the safety of our students and staff members as our foremost concern.

Martin County schools:

Monday, January 24 is a NO DAY. This means students and 10-month staff do not report to school. This decision was made after consulting with the NC Department of Transportation, Martin County Emergency Management, and after evaluating the conditions at each of our schools. No activities originally scheduled for students on Monday will be held. This includes athletic practices and/or clubs.

Onslow County schools:

OCS Transportation Staff have been out monitoring the road conditions throughout the county today. Most roads across the county are clear, but some of the secondary roads in the Richlands area have the potential for some refreezing and hazardous travel conditions tomorrow morning.Due to this, the following schools will be on a two-hour delay for students on Monday, January 24: Richlands High School, Trexler Middle School, Richlands Elementary, Heritage Elementary and Stateside Elementary.Staff of these schools, unless notified by their supervisor, should report at regular time on Monday, January 24. If road conditions in your area prevent you from traveling at that time, please contact your school principal or supervisor.

Pamlico County schools:

Due to the possibility of icy spots on our roads tomorrow morning, Pamlico County schools will have a 3 hour delay Monday, January 24th for all students and staff.

Pitt County schools:

Monday, January 24, 2022, will be a remote learning day for students. Students should access work through Seesaw (Pre-K- 2) and Canvas (Grades 3-12). Non-cohort students attending early college at ECU or PCC may attend class if they can do so safely.

Tyrrell County schools:

“Due to unsafe road conditions around the county TCS will operate on a Remote Learning day for Monday, January 24, 2022. 

“Teachers will post assignments in Google Classroom or Canvas for students to complete for tomorrow. 

“Understanding that we have some reported internet outages in the county, student remote assignments will be due by 4:00pm Friday, January 28, 2022. 

“Classified Staff may use appropriate leave or complete NC Public Works assignments for the day.”

Washington County schools:

Good Evening Students and Parents: This is Principal Peele for this week’s announcements. Students will attend school virtually tomorrow, 1/24/2022. Teachers will have videos and assignments posted by 12:00 noon. All assignments from last Friday and tomorrow will have to been turned in by Wednesday, 1/26 in order for a student to receive credit for attendance on those two days.

Wayne County schools:

Monday, January 24: CLOSED FOR STUDENTS

Due to icy conditions still impacting secondary roadways, especially in the southern end of Wayne County, and the continued below freezing temperatures overnight preventing melting, Wayne County Public Schools will remain closed for students tomorrow, Monday, January 24.

Wilson County schools:

Because of icy conditions that remain on many of the secondary roads in the county and expected refreezing overnight, schools will be closed tomorrow – Mon., Jan. 24 – for students. It will be an optional workday for staff from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. This decision was made in conjunction with Wilson County Emergency Management. Tomorrow will be an inclement weather day for students, not a remote learning day. Students who are enrolled in community college courses should check their community college emails and also login to their community college class platforms for guidance on participation in those classes. The Before and Afterschool Care Programs, Daycare Programs, and the NC Pre-K Programs will also be closed tomorrow. All afterschool activities and athletics are canceled as well. Thank you and please stay safe.