BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Parents are always surprised to find out there is no school in Palm Beach County on election days. This year, that means no school on March 17th — St. Patrick’s Day.
Many schools are used as polling places, and mixing the public with in-session-schools is a non-starter in 2020.
So just to repeat for those who are scratching their heads as they read this: there is no school for Palm Beach County public schools on Tuesday, March 17th, also known as St. Patrick’s day.
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