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School Closings in the Hudson Valley

Is your school in session Monday?

Here's a list of school closings throughout the Hudson Valley due to expected power outages, wind, and damage from Hurricane Sandy. Patch will keep updating this list throughout the day.

Putnam County:

Brewster: Monday and Tuesday

Carmel: Monday and Tuesday

Mahopac: Monday and Tuesday

Rockland County:

UPDATE: Wednesday—All schools in Rockland county are closed for the rest of the week

Nanuet: Monday and Tuesday and Wednesday

Clarkstown: Monday and Tuesday

Pearl River: Monday and Tuesday

Nyack: Monday and Tuesday and Wednesday

South Orangetown: Monday and Tuesday

Rockland BOCES: Monday and Tuesday

SUNY-Rockland Community College: Monday and Tuesday

St. Thomas Aquinas College: Monday and Tuesday

Capri Cosmetology Learning Center: Monday and Tuesday 

Dominican College: Closed Monday and Tuesday

Westchester County:

Ossining: Monday

Croton-Harmon: Monday, Tuesday

Ardsley: Monday. Decision will be made about Tuesday by 5 p.m. Oct. 29.

Chappaqua: Monday and Tuesday

Bedford: Monday and Tuesday

Katonah Lewisboro: Monday and Tuesday

Pleasantville: Monday

Tarrytown-Sleepy Hollow: Monday

Pocantico Hills: Monday

Tuckahoe: Monday

Yonkers: Monday

Port Chester: Monday

Eastchester: Monday

Hendrick Hudson: Monday, Tuesday

Hastings-on-Hudson: Monday

Harrison: Monday

Dobbs Ferry: Monday

Irvington: Monday

Bronxville: Monday

Pelham: Monday

Clarkstown: Monday

Peekskill: Monday

Lakeland: Monday and Tuesday 

Scarsdale: Monday

New Rochelle: Monday

White Plains: Monday

Plamena Pesheva October 29, 2012 at 01:07 AM
Somers Schools are closed Monday and a shelter at the Heritage Hills Activity Center is open to residents. Yorktown schools are closed Monday and Tuesday.
lori October 29, 2012 at 12:41 PM
So be a man and step up to the plate.
Mike October 29, 2012 at 01:17 PM
Schools should have stayed open and had an early dismissal today as they most likley will be closed tmrw and who know after that
Bob Zahm October 29, 2012 at 03:31 PM
Agree, but ... depends on whether staff can get to the school to teach. In Rye, there are more than a few teachers who commute via MTA North. With that shutdown, it's not at all clear that sufficient level of staffing could be reached. On the other side, I expect to see schools closed tomorrow - with a real reason - which means 2 of 3 "snow" days will have been used before the snow season starts...
Michael Woyton October 29, 2012 at 04:29 PM
I was thinking "snow day" just yesterday, but it seemed odd.

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