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HIDOE Schools in Maui County to Close Wednesday, Sept. 12

September 11, 2018, 12:22 PM HST · Updated September 11, 1:29 PM
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OLIVIA TUESDAY FORECAST UPDATES: http://mauinow.com/?p=280068
MAUI CLOSURES, CANCELLATIONS: http://mauinow.com/?p=280073
Maui Power Outage Updates: http://mauinow.com/?p=280081
Maui Traffic Advisories, Road Closures: http://mauinow.com/?p=280096

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All public schools and Hawaiʻi State Department of Education offices in Maui County will be closed Wednesday, Sept. 12, and afterschool activities remain canceled for Maui, Molokaʻi and Lānaʻi as the state prepares for impacts from Tropical Storm Olivia.

All other schools statewide will be open Wednesday.

“In order to give our families on Maui, Molokaʻi and Lānaʻi time to prepare, and with the early release time on Wednesday, we will be closing all Maui County schools and offices in anticipation of the storm’s arrival,” said Superintendent Dr. Christina Kishimoto. “We appreciate everyone’s patience during this time as we work with our partner agencies to monitor the storm, and we will continue to make decisions based on the safety and well-being of our students and staff.”

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As the situation evolves, HIDOE will continue to provide updates about cancellations and closures on our website and social media — Twitter and Facebook. Parents are encouraged to work with their child’s school to ensure they have the most up-to-date contact information for their household.

Families of students in charter schools are asked to contact their schools directly to learn about closures, or visit the Public Charter School Commission’s website.  

A list of other schools implementing closures or revised schedules is posted on our CLOSURES/CANCELLATIONS/NOTIFICATIONS post at the following direct LINK.

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Olivia continues to weaken but remains a tropical storm. The potential onset for tropical storm-force winds is expected overnight Tuesday through Wednesday for Hawaiʻi County and Maui Island. The public can follow the progress of the storm on the Central Pacific Hurricane Center’s website.

For evacuation shelter information, please check Maui County’s website.

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