- New York City Schools, as well as districts in Washington, D.C., Boston and New Jersey canceled classes Monday, as Hurricane Sandy prompted thousands of school closures along the East Coast.
- Major areas, including New York City, D.C. and Boston, have posted up-to-date closure information online.
- The massive weather event is expected to produce extreme winds, rain and possibly snow.
From the article:
Thousands of schools along the Eastern Seaboard are closed Monday as Hurricane Sandy is expected to make landfall, attacking the coast with forceful winds, rain and possible snow.
The closures are affecting some of the country's most populous school districts. New York City Schools -- the nation's largest system -- has canceled classes Monday as schools are repurposed as relief shelters, opening their doors to those in need. All of the city's charter schools are also closed. ...