NOLA-PS Cancels School Thursday Due to Hurricane Zeta
In anticipation of Hurricane Zeta’s impact, NOLA Public Schools (NOLA-PS) is canceling all distance learning and in-person classes tomorrow, Thursday, October 29. This includes the closure of NOLA-PS central offices. The safety of our students, their families, teachers, and staff is our top priority as we continue to monitor the potential impact of the storm to our school facilities and communities.
The return to distance learning and in-person learning will be determined once the District can assess the aftermath of the storm.
Due to school closures, food service will not be offered to families on Thursday, October 29.
NOLA-PS will continue to provide updates and will reassess needs for extended closures, distance learning, or announce a return to in-person classes as we continue to learn more on Hurricane Zeta’s impact to our area throughout the evening and tomorrow.
NOLA-PS reminds everyone to remain vigilant and to monitor the City’s announcements for updates regarding Hurricane Zeta. NOLA-PS will post all storm related announcements on its social media as well.
About NOLA Public Schools: NOLA Public Schools is the public school district for Orleans Parish. It includes the district’s administration and elected school board, known as the Orleans Parish School Board. NOLA Public Schools currently oversees 78 public schools and is led by Superintendent Dr. Henderson Lewis, Jr.
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