EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) — With inclement weather, including possible snow flurries, in the forecast for Monday night into Tuesday morning, here is a list of reported closures or delays around the Borderland.
El Paso ISD: Students, teachers and staff will start classes on a two-hour delay Tuesday. All student-centered services, including classes, bus services and child nutrition, will be on a two-hour delay from normal start times.
Socorro ISD: All schools will be under a two-hour delay on Tuesday. Morning 3-year-old classes are canceled for the day. Transportation will be provided two hours from normal pickup times. Breakfast service will be provided on a two-hour delay.
Ysleta ISD: Two-hour delay for schools, offices and bus service. Meals will be provided for students who attend campus for classes. No morning classes for 3-year-olds in PRE3 program. Only PRE3 students who attend in afternoon will report to school.
Canutillo ISD: Two-hour delay. School buses, classes and offices will start two hours later than their scheduled start time. No breakfast service will be provided but regular lunch service will be provided.
San Elizario ISD: Two-hour delayed start for schools and administrative offices Tuesday.
Gadsden ISD: All classes will be under a two-hour delayed start on Tuesday.
Fabens ISD: Students, teachers and staff will be on a two-hour delay Tuesday.
Clint ISD: Two-hour delay for classes. Two-hour delay for bus service.
Tornillo ISD: School starts at 10 a.m. Tuesday, bus pickup at 9 a.m. at students’ designated location.
Sunshine Christian School: 10 a.m. delayed start Tuesday for K5-Elem. No class for PS and K4. PTMS as scheduled.
Anthony ISD: Two-hour delay on Tuesday. Buses will operate two hours from normal pickup times. Only lunch will be served.
IDEA El Paso: Two-hour delayed start at all campuses. Morning pickup services will be two hours after regularly scheduled time.
Harmony Public Schools: Two-hour delay for classes and bus service.
Triumph Public High Schools East and West: Delayed start at 9:50 a.m.
La Fe Preparatory School: Two-hour delay Tuesday.
Crayon Box Day Care and Learning Center: Two-hour delay.
Burnham Wood Charter Schools: Two-hour delayed start on Tuesday.
El Paso Catholic Schools: Two-hour delay for all schools Tuesday.
Las Cruces Public Schools: Two-hour delay for all students and staff on Tuesday morning. Bus schedules have been adjusted to accommodate the late start. For additional information on weather delays or updates, visit www.lcps.net.
Dona Ana Community College: All campuses and centers will open at 10 a.m. Tuesday.
Fort Bliss: All non-mission essential personnel will report to duty no later than 10 a.m. Tuesday. Fort Bliss Child Development Centers will have normal operating hours. Medical and dental facilities will contact patients individually to reschedule appointments.
City of Las Cruces: Two-hour delayed start on Tuesday. City Hall and all other city facilities will open at 10 a.m. RoadRUNNER Transit routes all start at 8:30 a.m.
City of El Paso: Non-essential workers are asked to coordinate with supervisor and arrive at work at 10 a.m. Tuesday. City Council meeting still scheduled for 9 a.m.
El Paso County: County Courthouse business hours will begin at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday.
El Paso Municipal Court: Will automatically reset cases set for 7, 8 or 9 a.m. Tuesday. Cases scheduled for 10 a.m. will proceed as scheduled. The Municipal Court Northeast Offices will open at 10 a.m. and all bond offices will open at 10.
Dona Ana County: Administrative offices open at 10 a.m. Tuesday.
White Sands Missile Range: All personnel asked to report for duty at 10 a.m. Tuesday.