Due to expected severe weather, including possible high winds and flooding, Dothan and Houston County schools and others will be closed Thursday.
Dothan City Schools also will close Head Start and the Dothan City Early Education Center. All activities at the schools also will be canceled.
“The National Weather Service has indicated that our area will be under severe weather threat beginning this evening and continuing through Thursday afternoon,” a Dothan City School statement read. “The superintendent and transportation directors have consulted with surrounding school systems and Dothan Houston County EMA.”
Other Thursday closings include:
» Henry County Schools.
» Dale County Schools.
» Geneva County Schools.
» Geneva City Schools.
» Barbour County Schools.
» Daleville City Schools.
» Ozark City Schools.
» Eufala City Schools.
» Northside Methodist Academy.
» Emanuel Christian School.
» Providence Christian School.
» Houston Academy.
» Dothan’s First Baptist Day Care Center.
» Dothan’s First United Methodist Day Care.
» The city of Dothan’s After School Playground program Wednesday and Thursday.
» Dothan’s At-Risk Feeding program will not be serving meals Thursday.
» Brannon Stand Christian Academy.
» Lakeside School in Eufala.
» All transportation, meals and exercise activities at Rose Hill Senior Center with Dothan Leisure Services are canceled.
» Bethlehem Child Development Center.
» Early Head Start.
» Evergreen Preschool Ministry.
» Mount Gilead Baptist Church’s Mother’s Day Out program.
» Ridgecrest Child Development Center.
» Southeast Alabama Baptist Ministry Center and thrift store.
» Vivian B. Adams School.
» SpectraCare Health Systems.
» Taylor Senior Center.
» Vaughn Blumberg Center.
» Wallace Community College’s Dothan and Eufaula campuses canceled classes for Wednesday starting at 4:30 p.m. and all day Thursday.
» Troy University’s Coleman Center for Early Learning and Family Enrichment.
» EMC Daycare in Newton
Check dothaneagle.com for other closings.