With Hurricane Irma set to make landfall in the United States this weekend, the question on many folks' mind is: will schools close?

Most districts in the metro Atlanta area seem to be taking a "wait and see" approach so far.

As of Friday at 4 p.m., only the Griffin-Spalding County School District said they would be closed (they'll be closed through Tuesday).

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Atlanta Public Schools assistant spokesperson Taylor Jones said Friday afternoon that Superintendent Merria Carstarphen would meet with district leadership Sunday night. Based on the latest weather info available, they'd make a decision.

"If a decision to cancel classes is made parents/caregivers will be notified Sunday evening by robo-call and text messaging. We will also post the information on our website and convey the information to the media for broadcast," Jones said.

If any school districts do decide to close, we'll post them here: 11Alive.com/closings (bookmark that page and check it often)

Other in central Georgia, where Irma could have more of an impact earlier Monday, some schools will be closed. Here's an updated list.

Georgia Southern University is also closed through Tuesday.

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