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CLEVELAND – The Cleveland Metropolitan School District will be open on Wednesday, except for the 23 schools that are still without power.

[More closings and delays: 5.wews.com/eTLbI ]

“We anticipate that in light of the circumstances, many families will be grateful that we are open and able to provide a safe, caring place for their children as parents return to work,” said school CEO Eric Gordon, in a news release on Tuesday.

“By opening the majority of our schools, even as we restore power in 23 of our facilities, our families remain in charge of their own decisions and can choose to keep their children home or send them to school as best meets their needs and circumstances,” Gordon said.

The district released the following list Tuesday night:

Carl and Louis Stokes

Charles Eliot


Cleveland School of the Arts @ Harry E. Davis


Douglas MacArthur

Franklin D. Roosevelt


H. Barbara Booker

Harvey Rice

John Marshall @ Carl F. Shuler

Kenneth Clement

Louisa May Alcott



Oliver Hazard Perry

Orchard @Halle

Patrick Henry

Paul Revere


Washington Park



Read more: http://www.newsnet5.com/dpp/news/education/cmsd/23-cmsd-schools-without-power-closed-wednesday-other-schools-open#ixzz2As4kC1sa

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