Roundup: Central Florida K-12 Hurricane Dorian school closures

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A number of Central Florida counties have closed school through Tuesday, ahead of Hurricane Dorian.

Nearby counties that canceled classes Tuesday include:

Orange

Seminole
Osceola
Volusia



In Polk County, officials have closed classes both Tuesday and Wednesday.

Orange County announced their make up date will be Oct. 18.

When Hurricane Irma hit in 2017, then-Gov. Rick Scott ordered that all public schools, colleges, universities close two days during the storm.



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