Friday, March 11, 2011

Schools Close While Awaiting Tsunami

Posted By on Fri, Mar 11, 2011 at 8:31 AM

According to the Humboldt County Office of Education most Humboldt County schools have elected to close today due to the tsunami warning.

The list shows no response from Bridgeville and Kneeland schools, officials assume this is probably because they were scheduled to attend a Math Fair today at Arcata High, which has been cancelled.

Here's the list:

Arcata School District - Closed
Big Lagoon Union School District - Closed
Blue Lake Union School District - Closed
Bridgeville School District - No answer
Cuddeback Union School District - Open
Cutten School District - Closed
Eureka City Schools - Closed
Ferndale Unified School District - Open
Fieldbrook School District - Open
Fortuna Union Elementary School District - Open
Fortuna Union High School District - Closed
Freshwater School District - Closed
Garfield School District- Closed
Green Point School District - Field Trip - AHS
Hydesville School District - Closed
Jacoby Creek School District - Closed
Klamath-Trinity Joint Unified School District - Open
Kneeland School District - No Answer
Loleta Union School District - Closed
Maple Creek School District - Closed
Mattole Unified School District - Open
McKinleyville Union School District - Closed
Northern Humboldt Union High School District - Open
Orick School District - Closed
Pacific Union School District - Closed
Peninsula Union School District - Closed
Rio Dell School District - Open
Rohnerville School District - Closed
Scotia Union School District - Closed
South Bay Union School District - Closed
Southern Humboldt Unified School District - Open
Trinidad Union School District - Closed
HCOE - Closed
Del Norte Office of Education - Closed

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