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January 24, 2016

Philadelphia public, parochial schools cancel Monday classes

Aftereffects of Inclement weather cause school closings throughout the region

The city's public and parochial schools will be closed Monday as the city continues to clean up in the aftermath of this weekend's blizzard.

Both the School District of Philadelphia and the Archdiocese of Philadelphia made their announcements on Sunday afternoon. 

"Due to the inclement weather, all School District of Philadelphia schools, including early childhood and afterschool programs, and administrative offices will be closed Monday, January 25," the school district said in a statement on its website.

Updated information will be posted on the District's Information Hotline at 215-400-INFO (4636).

A number of suburban school districts will also be closed, including North Penn and Upper Dublin in Montgomery County, Owen J. Roberts and Tredyffrin/Easttown in Chester County, Central Bucks and Neshaminy in Bucks County, as well as Upper Darby and Haverford Township in Delaware County.

In South Jersey, the following school districts were among those canceling classes on Monday: including Burlington City and Washington Township. Schools in the Black Horse Pike Regional School District will be open on a two-hour delay.

West Chester University, Delaware Valley University, Cabrini and Delaware County Community College are among the colleges announcing on Twitter that Monday classes have been canceled.

The University of Pennsylvania will be open and operating on a normal schedule Monday. 

A complete list of area school closings in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware can be found at CBS Philly.

In addition, Montgomery County courts and government offices will be closed Monday, according to officials, who cited impassable streets in Norristown, the county seat.