Winter storms brought tough driving conditions across metro Denver Tuesday.

Here's how the districts likely impacted by the storm make their decision as to whether or not to close.


Aurora Public Schools

APS doesn't designate a specific time when this decision will be made but said "as early as possible." 

On its website, Aurora Public Schools said staff members typically start assessing conditions just after midnight. The superintendent and staff make the final call

Aurora Public Schools covers over 155 square miles so it's possible some areas could be affected by a storm while others aren't. On its website, APS said "in the interest of safety, APS will generally close all of its schools."

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