Marion schools close for the week, employees should read carefully


marion county schools, hurricane dorian

On September 4, 2019, officials announced that schools would reopen.

Due to Hurricane Dorian, the Marion County School Board announced that ALL schools will be closed Tuesday-Friday.

Marion County Public Schools Public Relations Director, Kevin Christian, confirmed this information to Ocala Post at approximately 2 p.m.


In a press release, officials wrote, “This closure allows time for our students, families, and employees to better prepare for the storm *AND* provides set-up time for the schools that may serve as shelters.

Twelve-month employees should report to work as usual unless safety concerns keep them at home. In these cases, employees can request time off from their immediate supervisor.

Hurricane Dorian update

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