LI schools shorten midwinter break

About two-thirds of the Island’s 124 school districts are giving up all or part of midwinter break from Feb. 18-22 to make up for class time lost to superstorm Sandy and a Nov. 7 nor'easter. This list shows which districts are open and what days classes are being held, and which districts are closed for the break.
clear search
Showing
of 125 records
District Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Cold Spring Harbor open open open open open
Island Park open open open open open
Half Hollow Hills open open open open open
Lawrence open open open open open
Harborfields open open open open open
Huntington open open open open open
Glen Cove open open open open open
Wantagh open open open open open
Westbury open open open open open
Sachem open open open open open
Commack open open open open open
Wyandanch open open open open open
Northport-East Northport open open open open open
East Rockaway open open open open open
Copiague open open open open open
Mattituck-Cutchogue - - - - -
Hauppauge - open open open open
Longwood - open open open open
Islip - open open open open
Little Flower - - - - -
Kings Park - open open open open
Lindenhurst - open open open open
Hampton Bays - - - - -
Comsewogue - open open open open
Connetquot - - - - -
Deer Park - open open open -
East Hampton - - - - -
East Islip - open open open open
East Moriches - - - - -
Eastport-South Manor - - - - -
East Quogue - - - - -
Elwood - open open open open
Fire Island - - - open open
Fishers Island - - - - -
Greenport - - - - -
Middle Country - open open open open
Miller Place - - open open open
Montauk - - - - -
South Country - open open open open
Southampton - - - - -
South Huntington - open open open open
Southold - - - - -
Springs - - - - -
Three Village - - open open open
Tuckahoe - - - - -
Wainscott - - - - -
West Babylon - - open open open
Wes Islip - open open open open
Westhampton Beach - - - - -
William Floyd - - - - -
Showing
of 125 records

advertisement | advertise on Newsday

advertisement | advertise on Newsday