In anticipation of Hurricane Sandy touching down in New Jersey sometime Monday, the Mahwah School District will be closed Monday, Oct. 29, school board president Tricia Shada confirmed at 6 p.m. Sunday.
Sunday morning, Ramapo College also announced its classes will be canceled Monday, and all school offices will be closed.
Schools have not yet made an announcement about Tuesday.
Other Patch Hurricane Sandy coverage:
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- Mahwah Elves Mobilizing for Hurricane Sandy Volunteer Help
- Gov. Christie Requests Pre-Landfall Emergency Declaration for New Jersey
- Sandy Inland Flooding Threat Increases For NJ
- FEMA: Heed Emergency Warnings For 'Large Size' Hurricane
- O&R Predicts a Week of Power Issues after Hurricane Sandy
- NJ Transit Shutdown Preparations Underway
- Hurricane Sandy to Shut Down State Parks
- Christie on Hurricane Sandy: 'I Feel Like the Disaster Governor'
- Hurricane Sandy in Mahwah: New Text Message Alert System Part of Preparation Plan
- Evacuations Possible if Hurricane Sandy Hits Bergen County
- Gov. Christie: Prepare for Hurricane Sandy
- Hurricane Sandy Could Make NJ Landfall Monday
- O&R Preps For Possible Hurricane Sandy Power Outages