The best source of information for school closings in the United States is usually the local T.V. and radio stations. Radio stations almost always announce the list of closings they receive every few minutes. Television stations usually run an ongoing list of closings across the bottom of the screen or show the list every few minutes. Closings might also be posted on their websites and possibly on the school district's or individual school's websites.
If you want to know what schools were closed on a certain day, you will need to check local or area newspapers.
For the country of Lebanon, you should call your teacher or the school to find out if school is closed on a certain day if it is not being announced on radio or television that schools are closed.
If you want to know how many schools were closed on a day that has been a while back, yoi could look in the local papers of that time to find out the schools that were closed in your area. If you want to know what schools were closed in another area,. you would need to look in newspapers from the area the schools are in.
If you are unsure whether the school is closed on a certain day, call the school to ask.
If you are unsure if a school is closed on a certain day, call the school. Even if it is closed for students, it is likely that someone will be there.
You could look in newspapers or call the offices of the schools to ask.
To find out if schools in Delhi are closed it may be necessary to call the school.
If school closings are not being announced on television or radio, you should call the school or your teacher to find out if schools are closed/
For schools in Canada, tune in to your local radio station for the latest closings and delays.
If closings are not being announced on television or radio, you may need to call the school to find out if it is closed.
If closings are not being announced on television or radio you should call the school to find out if it is closed.
Contact the particular schools you are interested in or check their websites or listen to local radio.