SCHOOL CLOSURES: These NSW Schools Are Closed Due To Flooding

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After weeks of devastating bush fires, NSW is now battling water. Areas of the state are currently flooded with at least 55 schools non-operational due to extreme weather. Here's the full list of closed schools in NSW.

The NSW Government has issued a warning to parents that many public schools will be temporarily non-operational on Monday 10 February. Here's the full list as it stood at the time of writing.

Schools Closed Due To Flooding

(Note: While parts of Queensland are also flooded, there is currently only one confirmed school closure: Kindon State School.)

    Albion Park High School

    Albion Park Public School

    Bilpin Public School

    Brisbane Water Secondary College Umina Campus

    Brunswick Heads Public School

    Central Mangrove Public School

    Colo Heights Public School

    Ebenezer Public School

    Elanora Heights Public School

    Freemans Reach Public School

    Galston High School

    Gibberagong Environmental Education Centre

    Glossodia Public School

    Hawkesbury High School

    Holgate Public School

    Jilliby Public School

    Kulnura Public School

    Kurrambee School

    Lisarow Public School

    Macdonald Valley Public School

    Mannering Park Public School

    Marsden High School

    Megalong Public School

    Narara Valley High School

    Narrabeen Lakes Public School

    Narrabeen North Public School

    Narrabeen Sports High School

    Peats Ridge Public School

    Penrith Valley Learning Centre

    Pitt Town Public School

    Point Clare Public School

    Somersby Public School

    Towamba Public School

    Tullimbar Public School

    Wilberforce Public School

    Wooli Public School

    Wyndham Public School

    Wyong Creek Public School

If your kids go to one of the following schools you may need to make alternative arrangements. We advise contacting the school for updated and keeping tabs on their official social media pages.

You should also check the Education NSW website for updates.

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[Via Education NSW]


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