MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Learning resumes for students across South Florida on Tuesday after classes were canceled for a day over Tropical Storm Eta concerns.

In a tweet from Robert Runcie, the Broward superintendent said all “campuses will be open and will operate at their regular schedule.”

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Runcie added that the school board meeting and workshop is still on as planned.

Over in Miami-Dade, the school district is reopening most campuses on Tuesday.

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There are 16 exceptions, which the county said is due to “community flooding and access challenges.”

  • American Senior High
  • Barbara Goleman Senior High
  • Bob Graham Educational Center
  • Bob Graham Primary Learning Center
  • Brentwood Elementary
  • Charles David Wyche Jr. Elementary
  • Ernest R. Graham K-8 Academy
  • Gloria Floyd Elementary
  • Key Biscayne K-8 Center
  • Lake Stevens Elementary
  • Lake Stevens Middle
  • Linda Lentin K-8 Center
  • A. Milam K-8 Center
  • Miami Carol City Senior High
  • North County K-8 Center
  • Westland Hialeah Senior High

MDCPS said students from these schools “will pivot to My School Online for the day.”

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The Monroe County School District also announced classes will resume Tuesday.