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I assume you are in touch with the Board of Education of your district. And they are giving you guidance. Regardless, comparing to Hurricane Sandy, once basic necessities cannot be provided, running water, electricity, gas, a school is no longer functional and has to cease operation. The legal argument is that the school, by continuing to operate, is jeopardizing the heath and safety of its children. However, this decision must still be made by the School Board as you receive your directions from them.
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