Here is a list of schools reopening and closed in Acadiana following Hurricane Ida.
Schools reopening Tuesday, August 31:
Acadia Parish public schools
Calcasieu Parish public schools
Evangeline Parish public schools
Iberia Parish public schools
Jeff Davis Parish public schools
Lafayette Parish public schools
St. Martin Parish Schools in upper St. Martin Parish (which is all schools except Stephensville Elem) will be open
St. Landry Parish public schools
Diocese of Lafayette (except St. John School in Franklin, Hanson Memorial in Franklin, Maltrait Memorial in Kaplan, and Vermilion Catholic in Abbeville - these four will remain closed on Tuesday, August 31).
SLCC (except the Young Memorial Campus and the Marine & Petroleum Safety Training Center in Morgan City). The T.H. Harris Campus in Opelousas will be open with limited classes.
Schools closed Tuesday, August 31:
Vermilion Parish public schools
Stephensville Elementary (located in Lower St. Martin Parish) will NOT be open tomorrow. Stephensville parents and students should monitor the district's website, Facebook page, and local media for more information concerning the reopening of the Stephensville School.
V. B. Glencoe Charter School will remain closed on Tuesday, August 31, in an effort to give our families time to return home from evacuating and to help family members in need. We will return to school on Wednesday, September 1.
St. Mary Parish: St. Mary Parish Schools will remain closed on Tuesday, August 31st as necessitated by post-storm conditions and preparations required to return students safely onto school campuses. School system staff and students should continue to monitor JCampus communication and school websites for ongoing information as it becomes available.
LSU (closed Tuesday, August 31, and Wednesday, September 1)
Southern University's Baton Rouge campuses (closed Tuesday, August 31, and Wednesday, September 1) - this includes Southern University and A&M College, Southern University Law Center, and Southern University Agricultural Research and Extension Center.
Southern University at New Orleans is currently without power. The university is currently in the process of assessing damages and will remain closed until power has been restored.
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