Brevard Public Schools Will Not Have To Make Up Days Lost To Hurricane Matthew

By  //  October 20, 2016

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OCT. 5 IS ALSO EXCUSED ABSENCE

The Florida Department of Education has approved Brevard Public Schools’ request to waive make-up days due to Hurricane Matthew and BPS will not have to make-up the three days schools were closed due to the storm.

The Florida Department of Education has approved Brevard Public Schools’ request to waive make-up days due to Hurricane Matthew and BPS will not have to make-up the three days schools were closed due to the storm.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Florida Department of Education has approved Brevard Public Schools’ request to waive make-up days due to Hurricane Matthew and BPS will not have to make-up the three days schools were closed due to the storm.

Brevard Public Schools were closed on Thursday, Oct. 6, Friday, Oct. 7 and Monday, Oct. 10 due to CAT 3 hurricane that skirted the Space Coast, with the eye passing just 40 miles east of Cape Canaveral.

According to Brevard Public Schools, students who took the day off on Oct. 5 will accepted as an excused absence.

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