BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — All School District of Palm Beach County-operated schools and offices will be closed Tuesday, September 3rd.
As part of the County’s Executive Policy Group, Superintendent Donald Fennoy is in constant contact with the County’s top policymakers and emergency leaders.
Decisions about the opening of school-based shelters will be decided later today.
Please visit palmbeachschools.org/stormupdates to stay informed about decisions impacting the district’s students, staff, schools and community.
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