Update on schools around the Gulf Coast

Schools around the Gulf Coast are releasing information in regards to operations following Hurricane Ida.

The Gulfport School District will open for a regular school day on Tuesday, August 31st.

Due to extensive campus cleanup efforts as a result of Hurricane Ida’s impact, all of Pearl River Community College’s locations will remain closed on Tuesday. PRCC will resume normal operations at 8 a.m. Wednesday.

Long Beach School District will implement virtual learning on Tuesday, August 31st.

Hancock County School District will implement virtual learning on Tuesday, August 31st.

St. Patrick Catholic High School will be in session tomorrow, Tuesday, August 31. Classes will begin at 8:15 tomorrow morning.

William Carey University’s Hattiesburg and Tradition campuses will be open Tuesday, Aug. 31. Classes will meet on their normal schedules, and offices will be open. WCU’s Baton Rouge campus will remain closed until further notice. Classes will switch to virtual format as conditions permit.

Tuesday the 31st of August is a virtual day for all students and a normal report day for all staff in the Bay Waveland School District.

All MGCCC classes will be delivered online via Canvas tomorrow, August 31. Face-to-face classes will not take place. All MGCCC employees should report to their campus or center tomorrow, August 31. Residence halls and the dining hall will reopen tomorrow at 5:00 p.m.

Ocean Springs School District returns to normal schedule on Tuesday.

The Jackson County School District will be closed tomorrow Tuesday, August 31.

The Biloxi Public School District will conduct a virtual school day on Tuesday August 31.

Due to heavy flooding caused by Hurricane Ida, the Moss Point School District will be closed on Tuesday, August 31, 2021.

All students and staff in the George County School District will return to school and work as regularly scheduled on Wednesday, September 1. George County Middle School students will remain as Virtual Learners through Thursday, September 2. George County Middle School students will return on Friday, September 3.

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