ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA (WVUE) - All St. Tammany, Tangipahoa and Washington Parish Public Schools will be closed Monday, March 14 due to severe flooding. All catholic high schools and elementary schools in St. Tammany Parish will also be closed.
According to releases sent by all school systems and the Archdiocese, students will not return to school Monday due to continued clean up efforts and road closures.
In Washington Parish, all 12-month employees will still report to work.
In Tangipahoa Parish, all custodians, maintenance staff, school food service managers, production managers and all other 12-month staff will still report to work.
St. Thomas Aquinas Regional Catholic High School in Hammond announced that it will also be closed on Monday.
In St. Tammany Parish, all school offices will be closed.
"Thank you to everyone for your cooperation and patience during this difficult time," said St. Tammany Superintendent W. L. "Trey" Folse, III. "As a School System family, we will work together to get through this weather emergency."
Northlake Christian tweeted Sunday afternoon that the school will be open on Monday.
Northshore Technical College announced Sunday afternoon that the school will be closed on Monday and is scheduled to reopen on Tuesday.
The First Baptist Child Development Center and First Baptist Christian School will both be closed on Monday.