North Texas school districts continue to run on inclement weather schedules as the potential for travel problems linger into Friday morning.
Overall, roads are in good condition Friday morning after several days of freezing drizzle made driving extremely hazardous, NBC 5 Meteorologist Samantha Davies said. There may be some patchy areas of ice or black ice on some surfaces, so drivers should still be cautious.
Below is a listing of only some of the larger school districts and colleges that have announced changes to schedules. To see a comprehensive alphabetical list of all North Texas districts, churches, and businesses that have announced schedule changes, click here.
For Friday, Feb. 25, the Arlington ISD, Dallas ISD, Denton ISD, Fort Worth ISD, Grand Prairie ISD, Irving ISD, Mansfield ISD, and Northwest ISD have said they'll start with a 2-hour delay Friday.
The DeSoto ISD, Everman ISD, and Pilot Point ISD have canceled classes for Friday.
Students in the Lancaster ISD will not have school on Friday, but teachers and staff will report for virtual learning on Friday. Monday's student holiday that was scheduled has been canceled and all classes will resume on Monday.
Colleges & Universities
Collin College will start at 10 a.m. Friday.
Tarleton State, campuses in Fort Worth, Midlothian, Stephenville, Waco, and Weatherford, will be virtual Friday.
TCU will start at 10 a.m. Friday.
UNT Dallas, UNT Dallas College of Law, virtual only Friday.,