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More Schools Close for Tropical Storm Isaac

National Weather Service

The projected path of Tropical Storm Isaac, according to the 11a.m Saturday advisory from the National Weather Service.

School is canceled on Monday in Miami-Dade, Broward and Monroe Counties due to predicted weather conditions from Tropical Storm Isaac.

Closures on Tuesday are also a possibility.

Miami-Dade and Broward officials made the decision on Saturday.

Monore County announced on Friday that all schools in the Florida Keys would be closed Monday.

School campuses in the Florida Keys have also been identified to serve as shelters.

You can see the full list of shelters and the school addresses after the jump.

Miami Superintendent Alberto Carvalho says schools will need to be inspected before students are allowed to return.

According to the schools website, some district employees may also be called in for help.

Public schools, adult education centers and offices will be closed on Monday, August 27th, due to the effects of Tropical Storm Isaac.

All extracurricular activities and athletic events for Monday have been canceled.

Selected employees may be contacted by their supervisors to assist in storm-related activities.

Florida International University and the University of Miami are closing at 7 p.m. Saturday through Monday.

Miami Dade College classes are closing Sunday through Monday.

Update at 7:37 pm ET: 

Florida National University will be closed on Monday.

Update on 8/26/2012 at 4:21 pm ET

Florida Atlantic University announced on Sunday that the classes will be cancelled on Monday and expected to resume on Tuesday.

Florida Atlantic University, Florida Gulf Coast University and Edison State College will be closed on Monday.

Pasco, Hernando, Pinellas, Hillsborough, Lee and Collier County schools will also be closed on Monday.

Our original post: 

The complete list of Keys storm shelters is:

Key West High School, 2100 Flagler Ave
Sugarloaf School, Mile Marker 19 on Sugarloaf Key
Stanley Switlik, Mile Marker 48 in Marathon
Coral Shores High School, Mile Marker 90 in Islamorada

Check out our Storify on parents and students who have taken to social media to say some schools made the decision to cancel classes too early, while others appreciated the precaution. 


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