CROTON-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. – The Croton-Harmon School District will not hold classes Friday, Nov. 2, following Hurricane Sandy. Superintendent Edward Fuhrman said parents should check back Sunday afternoon, and Monday morning, to determine whether school will be in session Monday.
Asked whether school will be in session Monday, Fuhrman said, "We hope."
"We will continue to monitor the situation first hand. It's important we're out there, just like the village is," Fuhrman said.
All three Croton-Harmon school buildings had power restored Thursday, although none had Internet or phone service. Fuhrman said the main impediment to bringing schools back online was the ability to safely put school buses on Croton roads, at least a dozen of which remained blocked or partially blocked by downed trees or wires, Mayor Leo Wiegman said Thursday.
Fuhrman said, "We're concerned with getting our children safely to and from school, and our staff as well."