School closures due to Tropical Storm Gordon

Christian Collegiate Academy will close both the daycare and the academy for Tuesday and Wednesday.ackson County School District closed Tuesday, September 4th.

​The University of Southern Mississippi’s operations along the Gulf Coast, including the Gulf Park Campus and the Gulf Coast Research Laboratory, will be closed Tuesday, Sept. 4.

Moss Point School District will be closed Tuesday, September 4th.

​Ocean Springs School District will be closed on Tuesday, September 4th.

The Pascagoula-Gautier School District will be closed all day, Tuesday, September 4.

St. Patrick Catholic High School cancels classes September 4th.

Cedar Lake Christian Academy & Preschool will be closed tomorrow due to the hurricane warning.

Gulfport School District will be closed Tuesday, September 4, 2018.

Due to the approaching storm, George County School District schools will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday. All sporting events will be canceled until Thursday including practice and games at this time.

Biloxi Public Schools will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 4, due to potential tropical weather.

Hancock County School District, after meeting with Hancock County EOC officials this afternoon, has made the decision for schools to be closed tomorrow, Tuesday, September 4th and Wednesday, September 5th.

MGCCC is closing all campuses and centers at 12:30 pm  on Tuesday, Sept. 4. That includes all activities and events.

As of now, the groundbreaking ceremony for the Perkinston Campus new entry road is still on.

With the latest Tropical Storm Gordon updates from the National Hurricane Center and Harrison County Emergency Management Agency, Harrison County School District has decided to close all schools in the district for Tuesday and Wednesday.

Pass Christian School District will be closed Tuesday, September 4th.

Due to the impending weather, St. Martin High School will release at 1:42 Tuesday. Should the situation change, all will be contacted.


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