Charleston Co. School District announces makeup days following Hurricane Florence

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CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) -Charleston County School District schools and offices will be closed on September 11 in anticipation of the potential impacts caused by Hurricane Florence, officials stated.

Governor Henry McMaster issued an executive order on Monday that calls for the closure of all school district facilities in Charleston County, according to the news release.

The timeline for reopening schools will be determined by the status of evacuation orders, ultimate path of the storm, and degree of impact to our facilities. 

State law requires that students make-up at least three missed instructional days. Those make-up dates, which have already been published on the CCSD academic calendar, are as follows: November 19, November 20, and February 18.

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