CONFIRMED: OCPS WILL OPEN Thurs. Sept. 5. The school make-up days are Fri. Oct. 18 & Mon. Nov. 25.— OCPS News (@OCPSnews) September 4, 2019
OCPS ABRIRÁ el Jueves, 5 de sept. Las fechas determinadas para reponer los días perdidos debido al huracán son el 18 de oct y el 25 de nov. #HurricaneDorian #HuracanDorian pic.twitter.com/BIezf57yW8
***Storm Update*** SCPS Schools will Re-Open tomorrow Thursday, September 5th. Our make-up days are October 17th & 18th.— SCPS Info (@SCPSInfo) September 4, 2019
As a reminder, all Osceola schools will be open Thursday, September 5, for students and staff to continue learning and working.— Osceola Schools (@Osceolaschools) September 4, 2019
Parents, we ask for your patience as our buses navigate all areas of the county to pick up students. There may possibly be some delays. pic.twitter.com/wpzexY322W
Dorian Update!— Volusia Schools (@volusiaschools) September 2, 2019
Schools are closed Tues.(Sept. 3) , Wed.(Sept. 4) and Thurs.(Sept. 5). All shelters are now open. All school related activities on or off campus are cancelled through Thurs. The Superintendent Search Community Forum on Thurs. night is cancelled.
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