By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — As Philadelphia continues to dig out from several inches of snow, Archdiocesan high schools in the city will have a full virtual day on Wednesday. Catholic parish and regional elementary schools will be getting off to a late start on Wednesday. Parochial schools in the city will operate on a two-hour delay.

Meanwhile, virtual instruction will resume on a normal schedule for School District of Philadelphia students Wednesday. All offices and buildings will also reopen.

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Archdiocese of Philadelphia schools conducted virtual classes on Tuesday as the city was under a Winter Storm Warning.

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Archdiocesan high schools and parochial elementary schools in the suburban counties normally follow the decision of their corresponding local public school district and submit closure status independently.


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