Central Florida schools are announcing when classes will resume following Hurricane Dorian.
Volusia County schools:
Volusia County Schools announced all of its classes are canceled through Thursday. Classes will resume Friday.
Orange County schools:
Orange County Public Schools will be closed through Wednesday due to Hurricane Dorian. Classes are scheduled to resume Thursday.
.@OCPSnews will inform parents by Wednesday afternoon on whether or not there will be school Thursday.— Racquel Asa (@RAsaWFTV) September 4, 2019
11 schools in the district still being used as shelters. Yesterday @OCFLMayorsaid there were 400 people in shelters. https://t.co/EAdAyBsisF
After closely monitoring #HurricaneDorian and in coordination with state and local officials regarding shelters, all OCPS schools and work locations will remain CLOSED on Wednesday, September 4. The closure includes the cancellation of all student and non-student activities. pic.twitter.com/jlwgoG6y6K— OCPS News (@OCPSnews) September 2, 2019
Here is the entire list of 2019-20 prioritized bad-weather make-up days. A large committee of teachers, students, parents, principals, community members and faith leaders determine the calendars, amid many restrictions. The School Board approved & published these in July 2018. https://t.co/ail5qXWokt pic.twitter.com/83ZSCjgFty— OCPS News (@OCPSnews) September 2, 2019
Windermere Preparatory School will be closed through Wednesday.
Orangewood Christian School announced it will be closed through Wednesday.
Brevard County schools:
Brevard Public Schools announced that schools will be closed through Thursday due to Hurricane Dorian. The district said schools will reopen Friday.
Brevard Public Schools IS preparing to reopen Friday, but will remain closed through Thursday. All sports events including football have been rescheduled. Schools are being assessed & cleaned to prepare to receive staff & students Fri. We will keep you informed of any changes.— Brevard Schools (@BrevardSchools) September 4, 2019
Osceola County schools:
The Osceola School District announced Friday that classes are canceled through Wednesday due to Hurricane Dorian. Classes will resume Thursday.
Storm Update as of 9/2, at 8:45 am: Due to anticipated deteriorating weather conditions from Hurricane Dorian and the need for some schools to continue serving as shelters, all Osceola district public schools will be closed on both Tuesday, 9/3, and on Wednesday, 9/4. pic.twitter.com/y2CwC82ZVL— Osceola Schools (@Osceolaschools) September 2, 2019
Seminole County schools:
Seminole County Public Schools said classes are canceled through Wednesday due to Hurricane Dorian. Classes will resume Thursday.
Practices may resume as soon as schools are officially open.
Oct. 17 and Oct. 18 have been deemed makeup days.
Elsewhere in the county, the Master's Academy said it will be closed through Wednesday.
En Espanol: Me complace anunciar que las clases se reanudarán mañana jueves, 4 de septiembre, según lo programado. Los días para reponer las clases son el 17 y el 18 de octubre.— SCPS Info (@SCPSInfo) September 4, 2019
Sumter District schools:
Sumter District Schools announced that classes would resume Wednesday.
"Any other school cancellations will be posted on our website, or communicated through our callout system, school signs and TV/Radio media outlets," the district said.
Lake County schools:
Lake County public schools and district offices would be closed through Wednesday due to Hurricane Dorian. Classes will resume Thursday. The shelters that were housed in Lake County schools will close at noon Wednesday.
Polk County schools:
Polk County Public Schools announced that public schools and district offices will be closed through Wednesday due to Hurricane Dorian. Classes will resume Thursday.
Flagler County schools:
The Flagler County School District announced school closures through Thursday due to Hurricane Dorian. The school district said classes will resume Friday.
Marion County schools:
Marion County Public Schools announced Wednesday that classes will resume Thursday. The district had originally planned to stay closed until Monday, but announced the change Wednesday morning.
We will be updating this list when more schools/counties announce closures.
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