Huntington and South Huntington schools were forced to remain closed Thursday as the latest storm piled more problems on roads and the power supply.
Huntington superintendent James W. Polansky said, "All of our buildings are powered and ready. I am hopeful that the town can take care of plowing/clearing community side roads as quickly as possible."
But South Huntington was confronting multiple problems.
Superintendent Dr. David Bennardo said, "The side roads have not been plowed and we have some more wires down around the community. Additionally, the high school is completely without power."
Whitman lost large chunks of its roof on Oct. 29 when Hurricane Sandy blew into the area. The district had put together a plan to shift classes around as roof work was completed.
Patch will have updates as we receive more information.
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