Schools district officials across Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast announced on Tuesday that schools will remain closed for at least another month due to coronavirus.
Students in Palm Beach County are to continue remote learning.
Dr. Donald Fennoy, the Superintendent of Schools, said all district schools will be closed until further notice:
Based on a recommendation from @lEducationFL & a ‘Stay at Home’ order in PBC, I will keep District schools closed to students until further notice. Distance Learning continues.@pbcsd looks forward to welcoming students back on campus when it’s safe. pic.twitter.com/SnamfhgKLX
— Donald E. Fennoy II (@SuptFennoy) March 31, 2020
School districts in Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, and Okeechobee counties said remote learning will be extended until Friday, May 1.