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Cobb, Marietta, Paulding schools closed Monday; DeKalb, Clayton counties to open, Gwinnett likely

Several metro Atlanta area schools will remain closed on Monday.

Fulton, Cherokee, Cobb, Marietta, Carroll, Douglas, and Paulding County schools will be closed due to lingering affects of Friday’s snowstorm.

Fulton County Schools announced some employees will be expected to work as road conditions permit.

Staff members in Carroll County school are expected to report at 10 a.m., but Douglas County staff members have another day off.

“This includes all employees, including 240 day employees,” Douglas County spokeswoman Portia lake said. “Superintendent North greatly appreciates your patience and support while reaching this decision.”

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Leftover snow and icy road conditions are only part of the problem, school officials said.

Power outages remain at eight schools, Cobb County spokesman Ross Cavitt said. 

MORE: APS expects to reopen Monday after snow storm, one school without power

Atlanta, DeKalb and Clayton County schools will be open, the districts said. A spokeswoman for Gwinnett County Schools said about 4:30 p.m. that Gwinnett has not made an announcement about closing tomorrow and she expects schools will be open. Check back on ajc.com for updates.

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