Monday school closures due to impact of Hurricane Zeta

Monday school closures due to impact of Hurricane Zeta
New Orleans Public Schools will not hold classes on Monday. (Source: kauz)



The following information was released Sunday by the New Orleans Public School system:

NOLA Public Schools (NOLA-PS) announced the cancellation of all distance learning and in-person classes for Monday, November 2, due to ongoing power outages across New Orleans, loss of food due to lack of refrigeration, as well as unstable internet and phone service. This decision includes the cancellation of food services for families on Monday as well.

The NOLA-PS team will consider the progress of Entergy and Cox to restore power and the needs of our school community to guide the appropriate timeline for a concerted return to in-person and distance learning for students at all grade levels. Schools and families can expect an update Monday, Nov. 2, regarding the plan for classes this coming week.

Due to Hurricane Zeta’s impact in the New Orleans region, all Delgado Community College locations will remain closed on Monday, November 2.


Jefferson Parish Schools and administration buildings will be closed on Monday, November 2. Tuesday, November 3 is Election Day and a school holiday.


Plaquemines Parish School Board teachers and students will not have school Monday, Nov. 2.

Belle Chasse Academy will remain closed Monday, Nov. 2 and Tuesday, Nov. 3.


St. Bernard Parish Public School System’s buildings will remain closed Monday, Nov. 2 because they do not have power at all of the schools.

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