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ACPS: Alexandria schools virtual again on Wednesday

For the third day in a row, in-person school is canceled and Alexandria students will be expected to attend virtual classes.

Alexandria City Public Schools (ACPS) said ongoing icy conditions are to blame for the cancellation of in-person classes.

Schools were virtual on Monday during the winter storm and again today, though these plans were frustrated in part by widespread internet outages — and some bemoaned the end of the snow day.

Around 95% of the city’s arterial roads are passable, according to the city’s Department of Transportation and Environmental Services, and nearly 65% of the secondary streets are passable. As of Tuesday afternoon, plow trucks were starting to work through residential streets.

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