BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The Palm Beach County School District is open as usual on Tuesday, following the Monday closure for Tropical Storm Eta.
This message is being transmitted Monday afternoon to 180,000 families of students, plus faculty and staff members:
Hello Parents, Guardians and Staff,
This is the School District of Palm Beach County calling with an update on Tropical Storm Eta.
District operations crews have surveyed all public school campuses and bus routes throughout the day and are NOT reporting any significant damage.
This information, coupled with communication with County officials and an update from the National Hurricane Center indicating that the high winds and rainfall generated by Eta are NO LONGER a threat to Palm Beach County, have prompted Superintendent Donald Fennoy to call for the REOPENING of ALL School District offices and schools, both in-person and virtually, tomorrow November 10th.
Afterschool activities will also resume tomorrow.
The District has also determined that a make-up day for today’s closure will not be required.
We look forward to seeing our students and staff back at school tomorrow, and our District offices reopened.
Thank you for your patience throughout this process, and for your support of the School District of Palm Beach County.
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