LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Here is a list of public school districts scheduled for re-opening Monday, Dec. 5:

The Los Angeles County Office of Education is continuing to survey public school districts to determine campus closures due to wind-related conditions and events that have mostly impacted the foothill communities along the San Gabriel Valley.

Alhambra Unified School District

Azusa Unified School District

Duarte Unified School District

Monrovia Unified School District

Pasadena Unified School District

San Gabriel Unified School District

South Pasadena Unified School District

Temple City Unified School District

Los Angeles Unified School District:

Aldama Elementary (Local District 4)

Arroyo Seco Magnet (Local District 4)

Buchanan Elementary (Local District 4)

Bushnell Way Elementary (Local District 4)

Delevan Drive Elementary (Local District 4)

El Sereno Early Education Center (Local District 4)

El Sereno Elementary (Local District 5)

Fletcher Drive Elementary (Local District 4)

Gates Early Education Center (Local District 5)

Gates Elementary (Local District 5)

Griffin Avenue Elementary (Local District 5)

Highland Park High School (Local District 4)

Hillside Elementary (Local District 5)

Ivanhoe Elementary (Local District 4)

Latona Elementary (Local District 5)

Monte Vista Early Education Center (Local District 4)

Riordan Early Education Center (Local District 4)

Yorkdale Elementary (Local District 4)

Arcadia Unified School District:

All schools with the exceptions of Highland Oaks and Longley Way elementary schools will be open Monday, December 5th, and operating during regular hours. As of now classes and daycare are cancelled at Highland Oaks and Longley Way. We will update Highland Oaks and Longley Way families if power is restored to the schools and we are able to open Monday morning.


Temple City Unified School District:

A recording at the district office says all schools will be re-open Monday.

Monrovia Unified School District:

Information unavailable

  1. Anne says:

    Don't be too wriored about the unions. If CalPERS loses money, the government, i.e. YOU, is obligated to make it up. That's where the trouble really is.

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