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Lee County Schools and offices to reopen Tuesday

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Posted at 2:38 PM, Nov 08, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-09 16:31:06-05

LEE COUNTY, Fla — Nov. 9 Update

Lee County schools and offices will reopen on Tues., Nov. 10, with continued monitoring of Tropical Storm Eta. The most recent reports by the National Hurricane Center (NHC) state that all tropical storm warnings for southwest Florida have been canceled.

To ensure instructional continuity, schools will also be open on Wed., Nov. 11, as that date is scheduled as a Hurricane Make-up Day on the instructional calendar. **School schedules will operate on an Odd-Period schedule on Tues., Nov. 10, and on an Even-Period schedule on Wed., Nov. 11.**


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The Lee County School District says schools and offices will be closed Monday, November 9, "out of an abundance of caution" ahead of Tropical Sotrm Eta.
The closure includes all virtual learning students, before and after school activities, athletic practices and competitions, and adult classes.

Dear SDLC families and staff, The School District of Lee County is closely monitoring Tropical Storm Eta. Lee county...

Posted by School District of Lee County on Sunday, November 8, 2020

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The Lee County School District says it is monitoring Tropical Storm Eta and working with Lee County emergency officials.

LCSD says if Eta threatens the safety of students, staff, and district or school buildings, they will make a decision and notify families and staff on Sunday.

They say the notification will be around 5:00 pm using their various communications channels.

More information can be located online.

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