All Florida public schools will remain closed through May 1
The commissioner of the Florida Department of Education has directed all public schools in Florida to continue to be closed through May 1.
Lee County public schools remain closed through May 1
Based on recommendations from the Florida Department of Education and the State of Florida, the School District of Lee County will extend its school closures until May 1,. Additional school closures will be re-evaluated by the Florida Department of Education prior to May 1, and any changes will continue to be communicated to families.
In addition, the USDA has authorized the State of Florida to waive the requirement for children to be present during meal pickup. Parents/guardians will now be able to pick up meals and take them home to their children.
For information regarding the District’s distance learning plan, grab-and-go meal locations, graduating senior requirements and additional resources for families, visit the District’s distance learning web page.
Superintendent Dr. Greg Adkins wrote District staff continue to work with the Florida Department of Education to ensure students will not be negatively impacted by the changes to their learning process.
Collier County Public Schools will stay closed through May 1
Collier County Public School confirmed Monday all its schools will stay closed through May 1 and be reevaluated at that time.
This continued school closure includes the following:
- CCPS sites
- Before and after-school programs held at CCPS sites
- Extracurricular activities, including athletic practices and competitions, will be canceled
- Adult and Community Education classes will be canceled
- District leases will be suspended
- Planned District-sponsored student in- and out-of-county travel will be canceled
Hendry County schools will stay closed through May 1
Hendry County School District says Hendry County schools will remain closed through May 1 due to the coronavirus pandemic.