Cape Cod kids rejoice--school closures announced for Monday

Cape schools will not hold class Monday as storm clean up continues
Kids will be catching a snow wave like this one in Truro Monday instead of sitting in class. Photo sent in by Ron Friese.

Weary parents won't love it, but teachers and students will.  Several Cape Cod schools have announced that there will be no school tomorrow, Monday, February 11 as storm clean up continues.

  • Bourne - All schools are closed Monday.
  • Brewster - All Nauset Regional School District schools are closed Monday.
  • Chatham - All Monomoy Regional School District schools are closed Monday.
  • Cotuit - Waldorf School of Cape Cod is closed Monday.
  • Dennis - All Dennis-Yarmouth Regional School District schools are closed Monday.
  • Eastham - All Nauset Regional School District schools are closed Monday.
  • Falmouth - All schools are closed Monday.
  • Harwich - All Monomoy Regional School District schools are closed Monday.
  • Harwich - Cape Cod Charter Lighthouse School is closed Monday.
  • Harwich - Cape Cod Regional Technical High School is closed Monday.
  • Mashpee - All schools are closed Monday.
  • Orleans - All Nauset Regional School District schools are closed Monday.
  • Osterville - Cape Cod Academy will be closed on Monday.
  • Provincetown - All Nauset Regional School District schools are closed Monday.
  • Sandwich - All schools are closed Monday.
  • Truro - All Nauset Regional School District schools are closed Monday.
  • Wellfleet - All Nauset Regional School District schools are closed Monday.
  • West Barnstable - Cape Cod Community College will open at 3 p.m. for late afternoon and evening classes on Monday.
  • Yarmouth- All Dennis-Yarmouth Regional School District schools are closed Monday.

Editor's note: We will update this page as more information becomes available.

(Above photo: Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School on Station Ave. in South Yarmouth Sunday. Photo by Maggie Kulbokas.)

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