More schools to release students early Monday

By WLOX Staff

SOUTH MISSISSIPPI (WLOX) – Several schools are releasing students early Monday because of Tropical Storm Ida.

In Hancock County, elementary students will be released at 11:30am, middle school students at 12:30pm and high schoolers at 12:40pm.

All schools in the Bay-Waveland District will follow the 60-percent day dismissal schedule. Bay High and the Crossroads Learning Center will let out at 11:55am, Bay-Waveland Middle School lets out at noon, Second Street Elementary at 12:35pm, North Bay Elementary at 12:45pm, and the Early Education Center at 1pm.

All schools in the Pascagoula School District (Pascagoula and Gautier) will get out early Monday. Elementary students will be released at 1pm, secondary students at 2pm. Classes will resume on Tuesday.

Moss Point Schools will also release students early. Elementary students will get out at 1:30pm, Magnolia Junior High will release students at 2:15pm, and Moss Point High will get out at 2:40pm.

The Jackson County School District will release students one hour early on Monday.

There will be no after school care Monday at St. Martin East, St. Martin North and St. Martin Upper Elementary Schools. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Jackson County will also not have after school activities.

There will be no classes after 1pm Monday for the Hancock center of Pearl River Community College.

Tulane University's Gulf Coast Campus will be closing at 4pm, and all Mississippi Gulf Coast Community campuses will close at 4pm. They will reopen Tuesday at noon.

William Carey Gulfport and Tradition campuses will close at 5pm Monday, and will reopen Tuesday afternoon.

Virginia College's Biloxi campus will close at noon, and will reopen Wednesday at 7:30am.

Blue Cliff College in Gulfport will close at 1:30 and will reopen tomorrow morning.

There will be no after school care Monday at Westminster Academy.

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