Because of the storm, Orange County canceled school.
Due to the hazards associated with Storm Hilary, some Orange County educational institutions will not be open on Monday, August 21.
Institutions such as Fullerton College, Cal State University Fullerton, Anaheim schools, Mater Dei High have announced this. Some will be open - Irvine Valley College, Saddleback College. However, they too are ready to go online in case of increased danger due to the storm in Orange County.
"With great caution and with the safety of our students, faculty and staff as our top priority, Cal State University Fullerton will cancel in-person classes and events, but online classes will continue as planned on Monday, Aug. 21," the statement said..
As long as the university campus remains open, employees must provide services remotely. As well as monitor email for additional information from unit management. In addition, all food service establishments and restaurants (Gastronome and Community Market) remain open on Monday, Aug. 21.
"Out of an abundance of caution, we will close campus tomorrow, Monday, August 21, due to Tropical Storm Hilary. All classes, including individual and online classes, will be canceled," Fullerton College also announced.
But, for example, other institutions are ready to welcome students. Irvine Valley College wrote that the location was minimally affected by Tropical Storm Hilary and will be open Monday, Aug. 21.
"If you are a student who cannot make it to campus due to hurricane-related issues, contact your instructor directly," the institution notes..
By the way, the fall semester started here on August 21. If you want to continue or cancel school due to the storm in Orange County, please follow the instructions of the educational institutions.
Socium.Network team continues to follow the progress of Storm Hillary.
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