(WGHP) — All Guilford County Schools students will learn remotely on Friday as the remnants of Hurricane Ian approach North Carolina, according to a GCS news release.

All evening events have been canceled.

Saturday events for GCS could be impacted as well.

All Davidson County Schools students will also learn remotely on Friday.

Surry County Schools will dismiss students at 1 p.m. on Friday.

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools will close on Friday due to the potential for high winds, heavy rain and power outages.

Alamance-Burlington School System announced plans to close for students and staff Friday. Evening and weekend school activities are also canceled.

All schools in the Randolph County School system will also be closed on Friday.

Rockingham County Schools will be closed Friday. Child care will open at the regular time and close at 1 p.m. RCS will close for all school personnel at 1 p.m.

All after-school, evening and weekend activities are canceled.

Thomasville City Schools will be closed on Friday.

Lexington City Schools will be closed for students Friday. It will be an optional workday for staff with all buildings closing at noon.