Hurricane Sandy Long Island School Closings (Tuesday)


This is the most current list of Long Island school closings for Tuesday, Oct. 30. This list will be constantly evolving and will be updated as more closings are announced.

NASSAU COUNTY

Adelphi University – all campuses closed


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Baldwin Schools – closed

Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District – closed 

Bellport Schools – closed

Bethpage School District – closed

Cold Spring Harbor School District – closed

  Dowling College – closed

East Williston Union Free School District  - closed

Elmont Union Free School District – closed 

Farmingdale School District – closed

Farmingdale State College – closed

Floral Park-Bellerose UFSD – closed

Franklin Square Schools -closed

Friedberg JCC – closed

Glen Cove Schools – closed

Great Neck School District – closed

Herricks Union Free School District – closed

Hofstra University – closed

Holy Trinity High School – closed

Island Park Public Schools – closed

Lawrence School Distict – closed

LIU – all campuses closed

Long Beach Public Schools – closed

Longwood School District – closed

Lynbrook High School – closed

Malverne School District – closed

Manhasset Public Schools – closed

Massapequa School District – closed

Mineola Public Schools – closed

Molloy College – closed 

Nassau Community College – closed Monday

North Bellmore Public Schools – closed

North Merrick Union Free School District – closed

Oceanside School District – closed

Plainview-Old Bethpage Central School District- closed

Port Washington Union Free School District – closed

Sacred Heart Academy – closed

Seaford SD – closed

Sewanhaka School District – closed

St. Mary’s High School – closed 

SUNY Farmingdale – closed

SUNY Old Westbury – closed

Syosset Central School District – closed

Valley Stream Central School District – closed

Wantagh School District – closed

West Hempstead Union Free SD – closed

Westbury Union Free School District – closed

 

SUFFOLK COUNTY

Adelphi University – all campuses closed

Amagansett Schools – closed

Babylon School District – closed

Bay Shore Schools – closed

Bayport-Blue Point School District – closed

Brookhaven-Comsewogue School District – closed

Center Moriches – closed

Central Islip Schools – closed

Commack School District – closed

Deer Park Schools – closed 

Dowling College – all campuses closed

East Moriches Schools – closed

Eastport-South Manor Central School District – closed 

Elwood School District – closed

Fire Island Schools – closed

Fishers Island School District – closed 

Five Towns College – closed

Half Hollow Hills Schools – closed

Hampton Bays School District – closed

Harborfields School District – closed

Hauppauge Schools – closed

Kings Park School District – closed

Lindenhurst Schools – closed

LIU – all campuses closed

Long Island High School for the Arts – closed

Mattituck-Cutchogue Schools – closed

Miller Place School District – closed 

North Babylon Schools – closed

Northport-East Northport – 

Patchogue-Medford Schools – closed

Port Jefferson School District – closed

Riverhead Schools – closed 

Rocky Point School  - closed

Sachem Schools – closed

Sagaponack School District – closed

Sayville School District – closed

Shelter Island Schools – closed 

Shoreham-Wading River School District – closed

Smithtown School District – closed

South Country School District – closed

South Huntington School District – closed

Southampton Schools – closed

Southold Schools – closed

Springs School District – closed

St. Anthony’s High School – closed

Suffolk Community College – closed, all campuses

Three Village Schools – closed 

Touro College Law – closed

Wainscott School District – closed

Westhampton Beach – closed

William Floyd School District – closed 

Wyandanch School District – closed 

QUEENS

Queens College – closed

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