Hurricane Irma School Closings

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Hurricane Irma School Closings

Hurricane Irma School Closings – Below are the school closings and ideas on how you can enjoy some time with the kids this week while they’re out of school.


Hurricane Irma School ClosingsOur team and offices are still without power, so we apologize for a delay in updating our calendars and news feed. We’re currently “borrowing” WiFi to get this update to you about school closures. We look forward to restoring power and getting back to work to find all of the fun in Central Florida for your family!

School Closures

Seminole County: Closed through Wednesday

Orange County: Through Thursady, then TBD

Lake County: Closed through Friday

Osceola County: Closed through Friday

Brevard County: Through Wednesday, then TBD

Volusia County: Closed through Friday


10 Ideas for What to Do with your Kids this Week:

1. Help with clean up! Gather the kids and check on your neighbors to see if clean up help is needed. Teaching the kids how to help others is a great lesson this week!

2. Find the pools/splash pads with water and head out to cool off…especially if you have no power. Click here for a list of splash pads.

3. Does your mall have power? Head to the malls and let the kids play in their play zones (Florida Mall has a new one). You can sit and enjoy some coffee, food and more while they get the wiggles out.

4. Have seasonal passes to the theme parks? Head out and try to have some fun while the parks may be less crowded.

5. It’s hot out…especially if you’re without power. Check here for a list of indoor playgrounds. Be sure to check and ensure they have power before heading out.

6. If the heat doesn’t bother you, check out parks and playgrounds in the area. Click here for a list.

7. Make cards for the power line workers, police officers, first res ponders, etc. When you see them (and it’s convenient and safe), you can hand them a card as you see them. If you have power, bake cookies or treats and take them to the local sheriff’s office, fire station or power truck stationing point.

8. If you have power, research new ideas for school lunches and make a meal plan for the rest of the month with the kids.

9. Get ahead on reading. Find a good book and one for your kiddos. Pack a blanket and picnic basket and find some shade at a local park. Relax in the shade and get some good reading in.

10. Go to the movies! Leap, The Nut Job 2, The Emoji Movie, Spiderman, Wonderwoman, Dispecable Me 3 and more are playing! Check Fandango for movie times and Common Sense Media for reviews for the kids.

** SeaWorld and WonderWorks are both offering BOGO tickets this week for Florida Residents.

We’ll be back next week with more events and opportunities for fun for your family. Stay safe out there!


Disclaimer: This Hurricane Irma School Closings are subject to last minute changes which might not be reflected in this MyCentralFloridaFamily.com post. Please always confirm.