West Hempstead, Lynbrook and Malverne public schools will be closed Thursday, Nov. 8.
Just as some semblance of normalcy was being restored to schools in Malverne, West Hempstead and Lynbrook, which were closed for more than a week due to Hurricane Sandy, officials have been forced to cancel classses yet again as a Nor'easter slams the area.
Lynbrook students were supposed to finally resume classes on Thursday, but instead district officials have decided to keep them home for a ninth straight school day.
The Malverne and West Hempstead School Districts, which welcomed back students Wednesday for the first time since Oct. 26, also decided to shut down again Thurday. Malverne made the announcement Thursday morning, while West Hempstead was one of the first districts in the area to decide to close.
West Hempstead Schools Superintendent John Hogan cited "the dangerous conditions ... created by this most recent storm" when announcing the Nov. 8 closing.
Our Lady of Peace in Lynbrook, Our Lady of Lourdes in Malverne, and the Hebrew Academy of Nassau County, which has two campuses in West Hempstead also annouced Thursday morning that they will be closed Nov. 8.
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