It's a Snow Day! Novi Public, Private Schools Announce Closings

The National Weather Service predicts another inch of snow may fall Wednesday.

The Novi Community School District closed schools this morning, after a winter storm dumped as much as 4 inches of snow on the area since Tuesday afternoon.

All Community Ed, Adult Ed and Alternative Ed programs and classes are canceled for the day and evening.

According to an email from Athletic Director Brian Gordon, all middle school games are canceled. The district game for varsity girls basketball will be played as scheduled at Canton High School starting at 5 p.m. The regional hockey game between Walled Lake Western and Walled Lake Northern is still on, puck drops at 7:30 p.m. at Novi Ice Arena.

Practices for varsity teams that are still in season may resume after 11 a.m. Coaches will contact families if their practice time is different other than the regularly scheduled time.

Also closed today:

  • Detroit Catholic Central High School
  • Novi-Northville Montessori
  • Northville Public Schools

More than 200 school districts in southeast Michigan announced closures as of 5:20 a.m. Friday, according to various news reports. 

The National Weather Service predicts another inch of snow may fall today, with a 60 percent chance the precipitation will continue through Thursday morning. 

Find out how the weather is affecting traffic on area roads by checking the real-time map on our Commute page.

We'll continue to update this article as closings and cancellations are announced. If you know about any weather-related closings, post them in a comment on this story, and add your weather-related photos by clicking the "Upload Photos and Videos" link above. 


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