After schools on the South Fork were closed between three and five days last week because of Hurricane Sandy, all area schools are slated to resume classes Monday.
The storm itself caused closures Monday and Tuesday, and then the subsequent power outages, road closures and more hazardas kept many schools closed for additional days.
Now Long Island faces a gas shortage, but no schools report that this will affect bussing.
Some students in Tuckahoe School District will have alternative bus stops on Monday; however, that is due to road hazards that perists in the area. The new stops are listed at tuckahoecommonsd.com/Hurricane.php
Damage sustained at the Montauk School will not keep the doors closed. Two fourth grade classes and two second grade classes have been moved to different parts of the building after a rubberized roof folded back on itself, causing flooding to the classrooms.
The rest of the schools in East Hampton Town, including those in the Sag Harbor, Amagansett, Springs, Wainscott, and East Hampton school districts will open to students for the first time in over a week.
It is unclear how the closures will affect the school calendar.
Ross School began classes again on Friday.