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Shrewsbury cancels school for Monday, Oct. 31

Shrewsbury – Dr. Joseph Sawyer, the Shrewsbury superintendent of school, sent out a press release earlier today announcing that there will be no school on Monday, Oct. 31. The decision was reached, the notification said, due to the public safety concerns created by the weekend storm, including many hanging tree limbs on power lines, ongoing power outages in some parts of town, and difficult travel on some roads due to downed tree limbs.

Additionally, families are reminded that there is no school on Tuesday, Nov. 1 either. That day was already scheduled as an “off day” for all students as it is parent conference day for preschool through grade eight and a professional development day for the high school.

(Photo/Joan Goodchild)

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