New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-09-17 15:31:00 –
Next Tuesday, the last Livingston Parish Public School, which was closed due to Hurricane Aida, will reopen.
The Mole Pass School campus was closed due to a storm on August 29th. Employees return to school on Monday and students report the next day.
Three Springfield schools closed in the aftermath of Hurricane Aida will be reopened to students on Wednesday, leaving only one school in Livingston Parish …
This is the first time that all 49 campuses have opened since before the hurricane.
“I’m happy to announce that the Mole Pass School is back next week and all the students are back in the classroom,” said Joe Murphy. “Just because all schools are open doesn’t mean that the community has returned to normal daily life, but it’s a big step forward.”
Three dozen schools opened on September 10th, and the rest reopened on various days of the week.
The Diocese of Livingston Public School has announced a slight adjustment to its academic calendar in light of the recent closure of Hurricane Ida.
Livingston Parish Schools has 26,546 students from kindergarten to high school and approximately 4,000 employees.
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