PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — After flooding and tornados impacted parts of the tri-state area, some of the school districts are canceling school for Thursday.
Upper Merion School District tweeted Wednesday night all their schools would be closed for Sept. 2.READ MORE: Mets, Phillies Minor Leaguers Protest Pay With Wristbands
Due to the flooding and out of concern for everyone's safety all UMASD schools will be CLOSED tomorrow, Thursday, September 2nd. pic.twitter.com/9frZXIwPE1
— Upper Merion Area School District (@UpperMerionSD) September 2, 2021
According to a tweet from the Quakertown Community School District, all public schools in Bucks County School District are closed Thursday due to flooding.
#QCSD families, all schools will be closed Thursday, Sept. 2. District and school offices will open at noon. Today’s storms have had a severe impact across Bucks County, where all public schools will be closed Thursday. Stay safe everyone! @BillHarner @NancianneE
— QCSD News (@QCSDnews) September 2, 2021
Quakertown Community school offices will open at noon Friday.READ MORE: Official First-Edition Printed Copy Of U.S. Constitution Set To Go Up For Auction
Morrisville Borough School District joined the list late Wednesday, saying, “In consultation with the Bucks County Emergency Management Services, and the 13 county Superintendents, the Morrisville School District will be closed tomorrow, Thursday, September 2nd.”
The district was already scheduled to be off Friday through next Wednesday; they will return Thursday, September 9.
Council Rock School District will close for Thursday after consulting with Bucks County Emergency Management Services.
In consultation with Bucks County Emergency Management Services, all CRSD schools will be closed tomorrow, September 2, 2021. Please note that there will be no virtual instruction. This day will be made up at the end of the school year.
— Council Rock (@CouncilRockSD) September 2, 2021
The day will be made up at the end of the school year.
All Central Bucks School District schools will not hold class on Thursday.MORE NEWS: COVID Outbreak At Robbinsville High School Cancels In-Person Classes For A Week
In a message sent out Wednesday night, Wissahickon School District also announced closures, saying in part: “Due to road closures and storm damage, all WSD schools will be closed Thursday, September 2nd. Staff should follow Scenario A school closing procedures.”