Orange County Public Schools will remain closed on Wednesday and Thursday this week as families who fled Hurricane Irma make their way back home. "Parents of children unable to return to school tomorrow because of storm-related issues should provide a written excuse for the absence upon their children's return to school", the district stated in a news release. Currently, 66 local schools remain without electricity, though efforts to remedy that are ongoing.
Pasco County Schools will tentatively reopen on Monday after reassessing the situation in the schools used as emergency shelters.
"This will also provide time for cleanup and fix of our homes, schools and community", the release states. "But a big part of our challenge is with buses". Custodians are asked to return to work Tuesday and other staff on Friday.
L'AIE prévoit une solide demande de pétrole
Du côté de l'offre, l'AIE observe que la production mondiale de pétrole a baissé en août pour la première fois depuis le mois d'avril.
"We are sorry so many people have been affected by Hurricane Irma". At this time, only essential staff is to report as directed by their supervisors.
Power is also needed to keep school cafeterias functioning.
Flagler County schools Superintendent James Tager announced all extracurricular activities, athletic practices and competitions are canceled until Monday.
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