Here are some announcements about Monday:
Offices at UL Lafayette will reopen and classes will resume on Monday, July 15. Employees unable to return to work should contact their supervisors. Students unable to attend class will need to make arrangements with their instructors or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
SLCC have announced that all campuses will resume classes, scheduled activities, and business operations on Monday, July 15 with the exception of the Franklin Campus, Young Memorial Campus in Morgan City, the H&B Young Marine site in Morgan City, and the Houma Campus. Students who cannot attend class because of impassable roads or flooding must contact their instructor. All employees who cannot travel to work because of impassable roads or flooding must contact their supervisor.
LSU will reopen on Monday, July 15. All classes, events and activities will resume normally on Monday morning. There will be no changes to the summer session academic calendar as a result of Friday’s closure. If you are unable to travel safely to campus due to your own particular circumstances, please contact your professors/supervisors to make them aware of your situation.
All Calcasieu Parish School Board schools and facilities will reopen as normal on Monday, July 15.
CDI Head Start-Early Head Start serving Lafayette, Iberia and St. Martin parishes will re-open for the children on Tuesday, July 16. Administrative team and all center supervisors are to report to work tomorrow. The remainder of staff are to report to work on Tuesday.
The State Fire Marshal’s Baton Rouge headquarters building will reopen Tuesday, July 16. Due to the housing of emergency response personnel and resources for Tropical Storm Barry, the Office of State Fire Marshal’s Baton Rouge headquarters building, located at 8181 Independence Boulevard, will be closed to the public on Monday, July 15.
The agency’s normal operations, however, will be business as usual inside of the facility. Members of the public in need of Plan Review and/or Inspection consultation and scheduling in the Baton Rouge area can still address those needs by accessing the Information Management System (IMS) located on our website lasfm.org. A listing of staff members in all of the agency's departments, complete with phone numbers and email addresses, can also be found on the website for direct contact needs. In addition, general agency inquiries can be addressed by calling the office’s main phone line 225-925-4911 or 1-800-256-5452.