Broward Schools Reopen, Some Miami Schools Still Closed by Eta

More than a dozen Miami-Dade schools remain closed today because of Tropical Storm Eta, but the learning will continue online.

Seventeen school campuses are closed in Miami-Dade because of storm damage or flooding. Those students will pivot to My School Online for the day. Students, families, and school employees are being alerted about today's changes.

The impacted schools are:

-American Senior High School

-Barbara Goleman Senior High School

-Bob Graham Educational Center

-Bob Graham Primary Learning Center

-Brentwood Elementary

-Charles David Wyche, Jr Elementary School

-Ernest R. Graham K-8 Academy

-Gloria Floyd Elementary School

-Joella C. Good Elementary

-Key Biscayne K-8 Center

-Lake Stevens Elementary School

-Lake Stevens Middle School

-Linda Lentin K-8 Center

-M.A. Milam K-8 Center

-Miami Carol City Senior High

-North County K-8 Center

-Westland Hialeah Senior High School

Meanwhile, Broward Superintendent Robert Runcie announced that all Broward schools are open for business as usual today.

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