Avon Lake Schools: Half Open, Half Closed...Avon is Closed

Four open, four closed in Avon Lake, Avon is closed

Avon Lake Superintendent of Schools Bob Scott said some schools will be open on Wednesday, Oct. 31 while others will not. All Avon schools are closed.

Here's the rundown:


Avon Lake High School

Westview Elementary School

Erieview Elementary School

St. Joseph School


Learwood Middle School

Troy Intermediate

Redwood Elementary School

Eastview Elementary School



Closed: Learwood Troy Redwood Eastview

Amber Carpenter October 31, 2012 at 02:48 AM
This is ridiculous with so many families without power, close all or none.
Shelly October 31, 2012 at 02:51 AM
Worried about those who have no power. Happy to have my boy home from redwood however
Kimber Malloy October 31, 2012 at 11:40 AM
What a great concept-NOT
Michele Hampe November 01, 2012 at 12:37 AM
Today was ridiculous!! Does Mr, Scott ever think about the families who still have no power, hot water or heat!!! Why keep some open and others closed? Our city is not that large that there should be a division. Close half and all should have been closed! Does he seriously think the children that went actually did any work? My daughter goes to the high school and said it was a wasted day!! Teachers were even blowin off homework tonight because they realize that alot of children are not living in the best circumstances right now and it would be a waste because many would not even attempt to do it. Seriously, Mr. Scott!! I thought the snow calls were ridiculous!! Today took the cake!!!
ALHomeowner November 01, 2012 at 12:52 AM
Are schools closed tomorrow? It's almost 9pm and I have no idea. Learwood does not appear to have power.


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