Worth County school officials have closed school Monday, because of road closures.
Recent heavy rainfall has caused problems on more than two dozens roads. School officials say because of safety concerns related to transporting students they decided to close school.
Kannetha Clem, the Worth County 911 Director, says many of the roads that were closed are currently passable, but are in bad shape. Officials expect these roads to flood again with the incoming rain.
School officials say faculty and staff should report to work if possible. School is expected to return to normal operations on Tuesday.
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