GEORGETOWN, SC (WCSC) - Schools in Georgetown County could reopen for students as early as Monday, according to the school district.
A post on the Georgetown County School District's Facebook page said a decision for next week's schedule will be released no later than Sunday afternoon.
"Much work is taking place as shelters are being broken down and first responders are moving out," the post states. "We are putting things back in place, hoping to return to school on Monday. We are allowing athletic practices to resume today as we try to get back into a routine."
District staffers say they are working with city and state officials to closely monitor flooding levels.
They are moving buses and equipment Friday and restocking kitchens.
Georgetown County spokesperson Jackie BroachAkers said the shelters located at Georgetown High School and Waccamaw Middle School are expected to close at noon Saturday.
The district will continue to monitor the roads for any flooding this weekend, the post states.