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Several schools remain closed in aftermath of Hurricane Matthew

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HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – Following the damage caused by Hurricane Matthew, several local school districts and county offices will be closed in the coming days. 

A list of closures along the Grand Strand and the Pee Dee is listed below. It will be updated as more information is received.

SCHOOLS

  • Darlington County Schools - resumes normal schedule Monday
  • Dillon 03 - reopens Monday. 
  • Dillon 04 - District Office Staff, Food Service Staff, Maintenance and Housekeeping Staff will report at 8:30 Oct. 17. Faculty and Staff will report at 10:00. On Oct. 18, Faculty and Staff will report at 9:00 and students will report at 10:00.
  • Florence 01 Schools -  Schools will operate on a regular schedule beginning Tuesday, October 18
  • Florence 02 - resumes Monday on a 2-hour delay.
  • Florence 03 - Students will return Monday, Oct.17 on a 2-hour delay
  • Florence 05 - Resumes Tuesday, Oct. 18 at its normal time
  • Georgetown County School District - Schools will resume a regular schedule on Monday, October 17
  • Horry County Schools - Schools will reopen to students on Monday, October 17. Green Sea Floyds students return Tuesday, October 18
  • Marion County Schools - Tuesday, Oct.18 will be an inservice/workday for all staff. Students will return on Wednesday, October 19 at their regular time. 
  • Marlboro County Schools - school will open Tuesday, Oct. 18 on a 2 hour delayed schedule. School buses will run on a 2 hour delayed schedule.
  • Robeson - closed Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday.
  • Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate School in Darlington - school resumes at its normal time Monday.

COLLEGES

  • Coastal Carolina University - Classes resumed Thursday, Oct. 13
  • Horry Georgetown Technical College - Reopened last Thursday on a normal schedule
  • Florence Darlington Technical College - reopens Monday on normal schedule
  • Coker College - Classes and college services will resume Oct. 17
  • Francis Marion University - classes resumed last Thursday morning 

OTHER

  • Robeson County Courthouse closed Monday

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