NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – This weekend’s unusual weather has walloped many Tri-State Area school systems.

We’ll update this page as we get more information, but here’s the latest list of closed schools as we have it:

New Jersey

  • Hackensack Public Schools
  • Ridgewood Public Schools
  • Maywood Public Schools
  • New Milford Public Schools
  • Bergenfield Public Schools
  • Glen Rock Public Schools
  • Dumont Public Schools
  • Cedar Grove Public Schools
  • Englewood Public Schools
  • Glen Rock Public Schools
  • Paramus Public Schools
  • Little Falls Public Schools – 2 hour delayed opening
  • Nutley Public Schools
  • Paramaus Public Schools
  • Ramapo Indian Hills District
  • Ridgefield Public
  • South Orange/Maplewood District
  • Teaneck Public Schools
  • Tenafly Public Schools
  • The West Essex Regional School District
  • Wayne Public Schools
  • Solomon Schecter Day Of Bergen County
  • Paramus Catholic
  • Mother Seton Regional High
  • Union Catholic High
  • Our Lady Of Mount Carmey, Tenafly
  • Children’s Institute (in Verona)
  • Bergen Catholic High School
  • Millburn Township School District
  • South Orange – Maplewood School District
  • West Orange School District
  • Caldwell-West Caldwell School District
  • Flemington-Raritan Regional School District
  • Netcong School District
  • Wayne Public Schools
  • Watchung Hills Regional School District
  • Warren Township School District


  • Beford Central School District
  • Greenburgh Central School District
  • Lakeland Central School Disctrict
  • Hendrick Hudson Central School District
  • Ossining Schools W025 2 hour delay
  • Ossining Children’s Center W433 2 hour delay

Rockland County:

  • East Ramapo Central School District
  • North Rockand Central School District
Comments (2)
  1. heynow says:

    Eva, Placing utlity wiring underground is cost prohibitive in many suburban areas. It costs much much more than you think.

  2. eva says:

    The wires should be underground that way there would be no issue and of course no overtime. All the overtime payments over the years would have already paid for this project

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